I'd like to share with you what you might consider a ridiculously simple exercise in framing and instructing your unconscious.
1. Each day, take a clean piece of paper, divide it into two columns, write "successes" at the top of the left hand column and "failures" at the top of the right hand one. Then date the page. Under "successes," briefly note each of your successes that day, one per line. Include both the little and big ones.
2. Similarly, under "failures," list each of what you perceive to be the day's failures.
3. Then read through your success list. After reading each success, remember the experience it refers to and say to yourself, "That's a success. I'll have more of those!"
4. Next read through your "failure" list. After each failure, remember the experience and say to yourself, "That's a failure. I'll have less of those!"
If you do this every day, you will soon see that the daily list of successes increases and the list of failures decreases simply because you consciously framed the experiences that you consider successes and the ones that you consider failures and told your unconscious to focus on generating the former and reducing the latter. What you focus on is an instruction to your unconscious. If you want more successes, focus on successes.
To be completely fair to the originator of the idea, rewritten in different words by me:
This lesson was taken from "How to Get Lots of Money for Anything - Fast!" by Stuart A. Lichtman and Joe Vitale. Let me know how it goes for you if you use this as a tool.