MASTER KEY WK. 1
Well it is Friday of week one of a very exciting journey; a six month adventure to uncover all of the potential within me that I have hidden for my entire life.
Along with the excitement, I have to admit to many fears I have as well. I have paid thousands of dollars on “self improvement” courses in the past with little or no change to my life. I have read countless books on the subject of finding your purpose in life, building self-confidence and going after your dreams in life. The problem comes when it is time to implement the knowledge I have read. I still have reservations about this course, even though I have read testimonies of the people that have completed the course and have changed their lives by uncovering their true purpose and finding the tools to live this purpose. My wife and my friend Carolynn is a living testament that this course gets results.
One of the most unique parts of this Master Key program is that I could not buy my way into the program. I had to earn the opportunity to even participate in the program and now have to participate fully to continue in the program. This is so unlike the other courses I have taken where I paid a price up front and was taught someone’s idea of how to reach my goals. In Master Key, I am given a guide to guide me towards finding out for myself what my definite purpose in life is. All facilitators and guides have already been through this course and have experienced the positive changes in their lives, so I feel I am in great hands.
Week one has highlighted a lot of the imperfections I am carrying. Procrastination – Here it is the last day to submit a blog, one of the requirements and I am stressing about not knowing how to write a blog. Lack of self-confidence – I know this course has worked for a lot of people, but I’m not sure if it will work for someone like me. That last one takes in my negative thinking also.
I know I have my work cut out for me, but I have committed to myself to complete this course, setting my ego aside and being completely coachable to the suggestions I receive.
God help me as I chip away the cement covering that person He created me to be.