MKE Week 1 – A Rough Start

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This has been a very stressful and overwhelming week! I had anxiety waiting for the Master Key to begin and I didn’t know what to expect. The first webinar was so long and there was so much information coming at me, I just sat and cried in overwhelm while still trying to catch bits and pieces of what the speakers were saying. I did not expect to be so overwhelmed because I am a good student and am continually learning, so “school” is familiar to me.

I required (and still do) time and space to process everything I was experiencing. I really needed one-on-one personalized attention and not having a guide assigned yet was hard. Now that I have one, I am hoping things will be better for me.

I think they should have separate training groups for people with the same personality colors so they can learn in an environment conducive to our unique perspectives and preferences. I’m sad that my first week’s experience has been so stressful because it takes away my excitement. I hope I get into the routine of things soon and start seeing the benefits of changing my subconscious.

Meet Brittany Benson

I am a sign language interpreter for school aged Deaf and hard of hearing students. I am a Certified Wholistic Health Coach and passionate about using nutrition and natural approaches for restoring and maintaining ideal health. I’m a big fan of humor, especially puns!

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  • You’ve got this, Brittany! Just go with the flow.. and don’t worry, it’s like eating an elephant, one piece at a time ❤️

  • I agree Kenan. My biggest breakthroughs happen when I thought I could not do it, then a thought pops in, and voila, answered prayer.

  • Hey Brittany. You are so right. It was my experience as well. I felt overwhelmed in the beginning. I felt I was behind everyone. I stick with it and soon I noticed the changes in me and then the chores and reading and blogging and everything necessary to maintain my scholarship became a habit that I now enjoy. Keep at it. You are definitely on the right path. Keep it going.

  • Brittany you can do it, I’ve found some of the biggest breakthroughs happen when there is discomfort. Relax and do the next best thing. We got this!

  • I don’t know, I think the fact that you started this class and did this post is absolutely amazing! It’s so refreshing when you share your real thoughts and experiences too. I have definitely cried from MKE before as well hahaha

  • Sorry to hear you’re experiencing so much anxiety and stress, Brittany! Welcome, team mate, from a different color (Blue.) I promise I won’t bite! 😉

  • Brittany, I believe you voiced well what a lot of your colleagues felt this past week–thanks for your honesty! Remember what you heard about the cement that has caked on? Would you believe that the “shake up” you experienced this week is a huge gift toward cracking that cement? You’ve alerted your subconscious that LOTS is going to be different–and good. All the best in Week 2! 🙂

  • Great start Brittany! I enjoyed reading your honest words about your first week. Just hang on with the daily habits and they are going to be your new routines. It’s like learning to drive a car (or learning to master anything completely unfamiliar). So many things to have in mind at the same time at the beginning, but after a while you can drive by routine. The genious thing with MKE is that it is not something we study by reading like schooling, but in the same way as we learn to master something new, we implement it by doing and master the new daily habits. So just hang on to the process and discover all the magic there is within you waiting to be unfolded.

  • Welcome to the first week of MKE! And wow! I love your honesty about your experience and feelings. It takes courage to put that out there!
    Week one can definitely be overwhelming!😳 I know it won’t take you long to find your groove, though.
    As far as colors (you may have a different experience).. I eventually found that the different personalities (or colors) in the group helped me to remember more of.. me.🥰
    No doubt in my mind.. you’ve got this! And I can hardly wait to read more as you get further into your MKE journey!

  • Hi Brittany, You wrote, ” I am a good student and am continually learning, so “school” is familiar to me. The overwhelm will subside as you embrace the good student. You so have this. We are glad you are here.

  • Brittany, recognition of where you are is HUGE! Congratulations on being able to see where you are so you know where you want to go. It may feel like a sledgehammer, but I found it was a great way to knock off a lot of that cement poured over me so I could let my true inner self shine out. Hang in there. We’re with you on this, you are not alone!!

  • Once again I must defer to what Pammy chose to say. Regarding the color code, my answer would be…Great first post, Britony! 🙂

  • Welcome Brittany! Take a deep breath and take one step at a time. Glad to be on this journey with you!

  • Welcome, Brittany! You are right — it can feel like a firehose, at first. Stick with it and just as Markie says, “it won’t seem fast enough later.” Great thought about the color language; however, I have a question for you — In the real world, do only Blues spend time with Blues, etc.?

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