Week 5 is a turning point for me. There are so many things going on in my life it is hard to explain how fast things are moving.
Huge win this week. I had a meeting with a very high caliber trainer ($1500/hr). Funny thing is… this meeting should never have happened. I was not supposed to be on a one on one call with him as I had joined his group coaching program. His assistant somehow added me to his one on one calendar and we met. He was awesome, he realized I was not one of his high level coaching clients, but he kept the meeting anyway. We ended up talking for over 2 hours; he is joining my business and is going to mentor me pro bono as well.
That’s what I call stepping out of the way and letting the “subby: come up with the plan for achieving my DMP. *** Happy Dance***
This week is reading Part 5 of the Master Key System.This is my second time through MKMMA and I am amazed at how much more I am taking form the readings each week. Repetition creates habit and this is a good habit I will own.
Below are 2 of my favorite passages, but in all honesty, I could post the whole chapter below. We are only told to read the chapter once per day, but I am reading it at least once and listening to the recording at least 3 times per day. These words are the exact words I need to hear. They are knocking off layer after layer of cement.
“Power over circumstances is one of its fruits, health, harmony and prosperity are assets upon its balance sheet. It offers you poise and peace. It costs you only the labor of studying and harvesting its great resources. It demands no sacrifice, except the loss of your limitations, your servitudes, your weakness. It clothes you with self-honor, and puts a scepter in your hands. 16. To gain this estate, three processes are necessary: You must earnestly desire it. You must assert your claim. You must take possession.””All the heir has to do is to assert his heirship, take possession, and use the property. He must use it; he must not let it decay; for use is the condition on which he holds it. To neglect it is to lose possession.”
“All the heir has to do is to assert his heirship, take possession, and use the property. He must use it; he must not let it decay; for use is the condition on which he holds it. To neglect it is to lose possession.”
I think my family must think I am going nuts 🙂 Are you talking to yourself?
Nope, I am just repeating…
Do it Now, Do it Now, Do it Now, Do it Now, Do it Now, Do it Now, Do it Now
I can be what I will to be, I can be what I will to be, I can be what I will to be
Those words are so empowering.. I am finding my way and getting stronger every day.
Have a blessed week