MKE Week 8 – What Does It Take

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You know, designing what my life looks like has been a bit challenging! Not so much as my life, but more to the point, who is that person?

What can I work on or adjust that will help me get where I want to go? What can I take advantage of in my personality that makes it real easy and comfortable for someone to work with?

I am not a controlling type of personality, but at the same time I will not be controlled. I know I need to step up and be a lot more outgoing and be more of an active participant. I need to take the things that I resist doing and work on that the most. I need to be real clear on exactly what my goals are so I can figure the steps to take to get there.

Meet Rod Kotter

Rod grew up in Logan, Utah, and worked in the plumbing and heating company for five years after graduating high school.  He felt he needed to be more independent, so he built his own portable welding truck and moved to Wyoming.  There, he worked in the oil and natural gas industry for most of his life and enjoyed the challenging projects as they were always something new.  Rod has consistently advocated for natural health and helping people be healthy.  He is building a business from home in the wellness industry and feels he is now at the right place and time with the right products to help more people.  Through the MKE course, he is learning the skills and knowledge to take on business and personal life challenges.  

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  • Great job Rod in asking yourself some great questions. Won’t it be exciting to see how many are answered at the end of the class? I’m excited for you! Keep up the good work!

  • Yes Rod, having a written plan of action is key to the ultimate attainment of your DMP! 🙂

  • “the things that I resist doing and work on that the most” sounds like a good plan Rod, keep moving forward.

  • Hey Rod, I can see you’re already stepping up to the plate and making home runs. Keep it up by converting the “need” to “I am.” 😉

  • Bravo Bravo Rod! Way to be the observer. You are asking yourself excellent questions; enjoy observing the answers as you continue to engage in the mental exercises daily. Cheering you on!

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