Week 24: Living My Dream – The Future is Now

Thursday morning again already.  I am happy in Atlanta… it is so beautiful here. flowers everywhere in full bloom, green grass.  Clean air.. beautiful blue skies. Yep, coffee in hand as I write this short blog post.

MKMMA has helped my find and achieve my bliss.  For some of you reading 20 hours days may seem insane and in reality they are, but for me they are the road to my bliss. I  am working in the perfect financial services vertical.  I am working with an amazing group of people with a clear focused vision. For me.. the perfect mastermind.

I have been so blessed over the past 24 weeks to learn more about my true self and to be surrounded by so many people who are building their perfect lives.

I had Colorado listed in my DMP as the place where I wanted to build my dream home, but Oregon is perfect for my family and me… so my navigation was off by a couple thousand miles.  I am following my compass not a clock.

My income goals are right on track and my fitness goals will fall into place as I am able to train in this beautiful setting.

Sorry to keep this so short, but it’s time for me to get back to my project.

I am thankful for all of you and pleased to call you my friends,

May your life be filled with unending blessings and may you enjoy each moment as if it were your last.

I am blessed 🙂



3 thoughts on “Week 24: Living My Dream – The Future is Now

  1. I am so happy that you have found your bliss. It is amazing the amount of changes that have occurred in each and every one of us that has put in the time and effort for the wonderful MKMMA experience. Sending many blessings your way!!


  2. First of all, thanks for the “like” on my blog Scott. I wanted to see what you’ve been up to. I didn’t realize you live in Atlanta. My sister lives in Roswell and my nephew in Marietta. I’m going to see them sometime real soon. Also, I too have needed to change my DMP a little. Funny how at the end of this program, I am not wanting the same thing as I did when I started. I thought something was wrong with me, but reading your blog helped me feel better. Thank you.


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