Week 1: Throwing Off the ‘Old Blueprint’

It is Week 1 of the Master Key Master Mind Alliance (MKMMA) course.  The “old blueprint’ is still there. I schedule time for daily course readings, but find myself ‘busy’ and not ready to do what I need to do. I feel as if I need to dig in, flatten my schedule, and defeat the old blueprint.

The Master Key – Part One is some very heady material to read.   As the week has progressed, I am beginning to wrap my mind around it.   I feel like I need to read it more than once per day.

I have begun to read The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Madino; it seems to be an amazing book.

Quotes from the first scroll include: “… if I must be a slave to habit, let me be a slave to good habits.”

Another quote:  “…only a habit can subdue another habit.”

Another quote:  “…when an act becomes easy through constant repetition it becomes a pleasure to perform and if it is a pleasure to perform it is man’s nature to perform it often.”

On another topic, I am feeling good about the current version of my written DMP (Definite Major Purpose).   I am looking forward to the upcoming class on Sunday so that I can refine it.

Overall, I am feeling incredibly optimistic about my future.  There is work to be done in this course and in my overall life, but I feel up to the challenge.   And… as we are learning in the course… I always keep my promises!

The time is now to ‘Think and Grow Rich’.

Thomas Brooks

Week 0: The Beginning of the Master Key Master Mind Alliance

master-key-systemI am excited to have been accepted into the Master Key Master Mind Alliance (MKMMA) course with the wonderful team at Go90Grow.

I am ready to start this journey.  The time is right for me to formally ‘Master Mind’ with a team so that I can achieve my goals related to Time Freedom and Financial Freedom.  I have come so far in the last 5 years, but I want to Be, Do, and Have more!  I look forward to reading The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino, and all of the other materials.

It is definitely time to ‘Think and Grow Rich’.

Thomas Brooks