We are getting near the end of the Master Key Experience. I have learned so much from Mark J. and Davene and from the rest of MKE team. The guides have been so wonderful and helpful. I really enjoy our mastermind group, and learn so much from them during our calls. They gave us a ton of value and gave us everything they had, and held nothing back.
I have become a lot more productive, and I have been doing a lot less multi-tasking, which actually makes you less productive, and am learning to focus more on doing one thing at a time.
I have learned to get more done in a shorter period of time, and have learned how much doing little things and keeping my promises for each service I do each week helps to influence my subconscious mind for success. When you change your habits and what you feed your subconscious mind, you can definitely change your life for the better. It’s not pure luck but implementing a system and habits consistently and working on subby constantly. I have seen great changes over the last 6 months because of implementing what was taught to me.
I am very grateful to Mark J, the Fabulous Davene and all the wonderful guides for their help.
I can’t believe we’ve been doing the Master Key Experience for almost 6 months, and we are nearing the end. I have learned so much. It’s been incredible. I have also developed many wonderful friendships and relationships.
We learned this week that Og Mandino was once an insurance salesman who collected fees from people for the insurance company. He was struggling and came to the point of wanting to commit suicide. But before he did that, he was in the library and came across some books on success, motivation and self improvement. He went to libraries in many different cities. He reads hundreds of books on success. He was able to eventually overcome his alcoholism. The book that eventually changed his life was Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude by W. Clement Stone and Napoleon Hill. Stone became a mentor to Mandino, who later became very successful writer and speaker. I love these stories of people who came to the very bottom and rose to the top.
We learned in this week’s lesson that your greatest success will come when you are able to assist others. Those who help others the most are the most successful. I hosted an event a few years ago. One of the speakers asked who had helped at least one person make 6 figures in a year. Only 2 hands went up. The 2 people who raised their hands turned out to be the two people who made the most people in the entire room. That was proof that the more you help others succeed, the more success you will have.
And finally don’t let fear get the best of you, because it leads to a poverty consciousness. What you focus on expands, so focus instead on abundant thoughts and get rid of the negative, fearful ones.
We focused on this week on how great we are and can be.
We are encouraged to make the most out of our lives, and then we’ll be able to help more people out.
We were reminded of the dangers of multitasking this week. Multitasking is doing half as much you can in twice the amount of time it should normally take. And to top it all off, you will do it only half as well. When we multitask, we are far less productive and get a lot less done than when we do things one at a time. There is so much temptation to multitask. I’ve been learning to focus more on one thing at a time. I am not completely over multitasking, but I am getting there.
We also should not let other people decide the way we should be. Too often we live the life others want us to do, and it makes us miserable. And we don’t accomplish the things we truly desire.
We learned that to become great, our actions must reflect our thoughts. Unfortunately, too many people never take actions on their thoughts, and nothing happens. We need to become externally what we want to be, and that comes about by actions. I remember the saying that the cemetery is the richest place in the world, because it’s filled with people who did not take action on their thoughts, and they never became the person they wanted to be. That is so sad.
I refused to allow that to happen to me.
This week we started Scroll VI in the Greatest Salesman in the World. This chapter talks about controlling our emotions and being the master of our emotions. Og Mandino writes in Scroll VI, “Weak is he who permits his thoughts to control his actions; strong is he who forces his actions to control his thoughts.” That is very true. That reminds me of what Tony Robbins taught us at his Unleash the Power Within several years back. He taught us to control out emotions and thoughts by our actions, and it definitely worked.
Og teaches us that whatever personality and mood we wake up with, we can definitely control and change to something better.
Haanel teaches us in lesson 21 of the Master Key Exerience that each thought makes an impression in our mind, and each impression is a seed that will go into the subconscious to form a tendency. The tendency will be to attract similar thoughts. If those thoughts contain disease germs, then the harvest will contain weakness, decay failure, sickness and other bad stuff. What we think and create leads to our harvest, so we need to focus on our thoughts and watch them and guide to give us the harvest we truly desire.
If we change our thoughts, we will change the tendencies, then the harvest and finally our lives.