Today I am feeling hopeful, a little unsure, but very excited about the direction I am going. When I first started writing, my main desire was to share my experiences on my “re-directed” journey to discoveries. Today I am sharing my feelings, thoughts and challenges on one such aspect of my journey. That is, what I am now doing to equip myself with the tools to enhance my career and entrepreneurial goals.
The system I am now using to help me be successful in health, wealth, and life is called the Master Key Experience, and it is based on Napoleon Hill’s, ” Think And Grow Rich” book.
This is my very first week, and I must say, it has been a quite a ride! To begin with, I had login issues when I started, and this sort of set me back a little in that I was not up to date with my “to do” list. My glitch was eventually rectified and I then slowly started to understand what needed to be done. I am still operating from a “late starter” advantage, but am determined to get caught up in time for the next training session on Sunday.
Today I completed my DMP( Definite Major Purpose) statement, and now creating this entry. One of the important reminders I have had since I started this program is that I must Not strive for perfection in my submissions, as I am prone to doing. I have a great support team who will be guiding me throughout the program and this will help to keep me focused and accountable.
This is the first in a long while that I actually feel as if great things are about to happen in my life, and I can’t wait to see it happen. I am getting used to the daily affirmations I must write and say out loud to myself to help retrain my subconscious for positive results. There are still a couple of action steps I must accomplish, but like I stated earlier, I am happily doing them because I know what the outcome will be.
When growing up, my elders said this to us as children, ” If you want much, your nose has to run…” This means that if you want to be successful you have to take chances and do that which is hard or uncomfortable, many times going outside your comfort zone. In a nutshell, “Such is life!”