How a Vanity License Plate Can Boost Your Business, Not Just Your Ego

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Vanity plates can do more than just make you smile.

Caroline Adams Miller, a performance coach from Bethesda, Md., says a vanity license plate can contribute to your success. She wrote Creating Your Best Life, an evidence-based book on how to set and accomplish goals and its intersection with happiness. She did copious research on “priming,” the many ways that something like a word, song, tattoo or a vanity license plate can lead to certain behaviors that help or hurt people purse their goals.

Miller, who holds a master’s degree in applied positive psychology, encourages her clients to invest in a vanity plate that reminds them of their values. Using priming words like “happy,” “nice,” “blessed” and “beloved” on a plate can inspire a positive attitude and self-esteem.

“The moments you spend being ‘primed’ to think or act a certain way can lead you in certain directions,” she says.

Miller has become such a vanity plate devotee that she refers to herself as “the license plate lady” and is always on the prowl for uplifting vanity plates she can add to her list.

Her own plate, WEHVFUN, encourages her to not take herself too seriously. “I remind myself to be happy because all success in life is preceded by being happy first,” she says.

Read full article in Entrepreneur Magazine

Caroline Adams Miller

Caroline Adams Miller, MAPP is a pioneer with her ground-breaking work in the areas of goal-setting/accomplishment, grit, happiness and success. Caroline is the author of seven books, including Positively CarolineMy Name is Caroline,  Creating Your Best Life and Getting Grit Live Happy Magazine named Creating Your Best Life one of the top ten goal-setting books ever published and Getting Grit one of the ten books that will change your life in 2017.  She has been featured in BBC World NewsThe New York TimesThe Washington Post, USA Today, U.S. News &World Report, ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR and CNN.  Caroline  is a graduate of Harvard University and holds a Master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. And, she has more than three decades of unbroken recovery from bulimia.

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