Week 20 – MKMMA – Finish what you start

My notes from Week 20 Webbie.

  • Make sure you finish what you start
  • Your future you is already successful

Trish referred to Lesson 5, so I’ve revisited Lesson 5 and found the following:

12. The thing to do is to have a mental house-cleaning, (the sit?) and to have this house-cleaning every day, and keep the house clean. Mental, moral and physical cleanliness are absolutely indispensable if we are to make progress of any kind.

13. When this mental house-cleaning process has been completed, the material which is left will be suitable for the making of the kind of ideals or mental images which we desire to realize.

I’m sure if I revisited each lesson I could find lots of wonderful messages and reminders and I loved that week 20 so eloquently bought us up to speed and then some.

I love this saying:
A mind that is  stretched by a new experience can never go back to its original dimensions – Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.

The things I was uncomfortable with 4 months ago, I now look forward to.  Truth.
Expansion and contraction of the comfort zone is progressive. It gets faster and faster.  Great! I love that I can become faster at accepting ideas, suggestions, people, situations etc outside of my comfort zone (if I invite them in) almost immediately.  This could lead to being a better decision maker – a fearless decision maker perhaps?

Demarcation point; self directed thinkers:
Fear, unworthiness, guilt, hurt feelings and anger – what if they were tools?

When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

Have a great week.


7 thoughts on “Week 20 – MKMMA – Finish what you start

  1. masterkeymartin

    Nice insights Nola. Love the last quote ” When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.”. Ties back to Og from scroll 4 “I have been given eyes to see and a mind to think and now I know a great secret of life for I perceive, at last, that all my problems, discouragements, and heartaches are, in truth, great opportunities in disguise.”

    Looking forward to seeing the “fearless decision maker” in action.

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