I really wasn’t sure that I was going to make it this far…but I am still here.
I have so much going on a work, which leaves me feeling tired and drained when I get home, so the best I could hope for is responding to Email and Facebook Posts, but I still had to meet my MKE Course commitments of engaging with the other Members, updating my DMP (Definite Major Purpose), attending the Digital Solutions Webinar, and then downloading and printing all the Course Materials for the upcoming Webinar so I can start all over again on Sunday, (when everyone else is watching Football).
I realized that all the ‘stuff’ I had going on was just My Story, and I had to let it go, and participate in my own rescue. I was doing the same thing over and over again expecting a different result, (which we know is the definition of insanity).
This week, part of the Training included a clip from The Karate Kid, where ‘Danielson’ decides he is going to quit, and Mr. Miyagi shows him how ‘Wax On – Wax Off‘ and ‘Paint The Fence’ were movements that taught specific practices of Karate. Proving that Training to Master anything can be a long road of mundane activities.
Now I get it. “You Have To Trust The Process“.
And even though we are still reading the first Scroll of The Greatest Saleman, we are making a bold move this week and negating the word WILL in sentences throughout the Scroll to express present tense, to reprogram our Minds that we are achieving results now, and not that ‘we will – some day’ achieve them.
This actually goes hand in hand with adding specific actions and dates to our DMP, to draw virtual lines in the sand towards accomplishing certain Wants, Goals and Dreams.
I am finally getting clear on ‘what I want…and why’.
There is so much more that I could mention that we dove into this week, and as much as I would love to share John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success, or The Master Key Blue Print Builder, I feel like it might be a waste of time because it would not be explained within ‘The System’ that The Master Key Experience delivers these practical principles.
You’ll just have to stay tuned for future updates, as we continue down this road of self-discovery, towards self-mastery, on our Hero’s Journey.
Until next time,
Do Your Best, and Don’t Settle Like The Rest.
Scott W. McAvoy