The “Finding Our Authentic Purpose” training was very interesting. Caught me a bit off guard on how it was formatted, and how quickly we were required to make decisions. (I have a tough time sometimes processing and weighing my own attributes. Would have liked another few minutes on the timer.) But, in this case it all worked out well, as much had already been sorted previously. I had no big surprises or eureka moments, but it was a welcome confirmation. Seems like a part of this MKE has been helping me to sort through and tie up some internal loose ends and reconnect back to stuff that was previously mined by others in past seminars and assessments, but not ever fully utilized to create my desired end product.
Been enjoying spending time getting to better know two of the MKE guides. Had a very low turnout meeting, but others loss is my gain. (Got to have a private session.) Those who show up, get the time.
There is Power in Decision. Making a real one, cutting off all other options, and being single-minded. God says that a double-minded man is unstable in all his ways.
I submit my claim to my full estate. I resolve to accept no other outcome! It is done. It is finished. That’s it, period! I’m on my way to possessing it…
I’m removing the anchor from my “elephant.” The “ant” is now ready to go for a great and wonderful ride in the same direction, together.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts and reflections Mike! My mind gave me a picture first of the elephant and the ant travelling together and how rewarding it is when we can have both the big, whole perspective and the small, detailed perspective. Either by ourselves, or even better when we complete each other. Then I thought about my personality type and how I function. I am typical yellow, and I like new ideas, and I always see the benefits with everything that is new. I just jump on it; “yeah, that seems fun, that seems exciting, what an adventure, let’s do it”. With such a mind, I am actually dependent on people that say (and teach me how to say) “hold it just a moment so we can get the whole picture and some important details before decision making”. I am pretty good at it now, but now and then I rush for something that seems like a benefiting, marvelous life adventure. So, sometimes I complete another person with my spontaneity.
Great, Mike. Great! 🙂
Thank you Mike for sharing this insight. It’s sooo hard to make a decision and just choose! It makes sense why I am “unstable” sometimes. Lol! -I will pray for strength!