Many people have fear about being “sleazy” if they are selling their service/product/art/music etc., yes it’s true some people do sell in a sleazy way.
But it’s important to make the distinction between you and the sleazy person vibe. Most likely if you don’t like selling from a “sleazy” place it’s because you desire to sell from a better vibration, so that’s not you anyway.
The reason it’s “sleazy” is because that salesperson is selfishly focused and they don’t truly care about your well being and what’s best for you, they are more focused on just getting the sale, so that’s why it feels bad.
Let’s clean that up.
Selling for you can be a beautiful thing coming from a pure place to improve people’s lives, educate them about your service/product/art/music etc, and therefore promoting more freedom of choice, more expansion of consciousness and more connection between one person’s soul purpose and another’s.
The other day my mom was telling me a story about a story she heard on the radio about the Beatles...how a woman went to their show and it completely changed her life and I’m sure she’s not the only one. If the Beatles didn’t believe in themselves, follow their soul purpose and sell their music/sell their vision to people, then what??? And this is just one example. Look at anything you currently spend money on in your life and look at how it improves your life. That’s all selling is, creating something that’s going to help others, improve other’s lives while also improving your life and the people close to you’s lives. Win win for all, infinite abundance for all.
So selling isn’t sleazy, and I don’t even want to say a person is sleazy, it’s more they are confused and out of alignment with the truth of selling. And yes, sleazy selling happens because some people are in a “sleazy” mindset, and you should be conscious of that, but you get to define how YOU SELL and the way they do it, has nothing to do with you.
Don’t cut yourself off from the service of selling from a genuine place just because you’ve seen sleazy selling in the past. - 3 minutes ago