This was a rough week for me. Came home solo to deal with house issues, got discouraged, plus not feeling well. Lost my motivation and resolve for daily assignment work for several days before getting back on top of it.
With that, I found I’m not doing as well, and not as far along in the process as I had thought. The fact that I was still able to be derailed at this point was a bit of a shock and caught me by surprise. Seemingly “Subby” still isn’t totally on board with this. So, the daily work and enforcement habits continue…
Really like and have added in the new “power poses” tool along with my DMP, BPB, Press Release, and stack flashing. Great addition! Can’t help but feel empowered and victorious when raising my arms and adding a “wooo-hooo!”
Watched the movie documentary “Mully” as previously suggested. It’s an amazing testimony that shows what happens when taking an assignment from God, trusting, and running with it. Also showed how most others aren’t going to be excited or even on board with the changes, even some closest to you.
Got some of that happening, and part of the reason for my discouragement mentioned. My family is not on board with the next steps I feel is now required to move forward. I’m ready to take the leap of faith. So, moving similarly into the trust God stage with my DMP. Realizing that if it isn’t daunting, it probably isn’t big enough. No risk, no reward.
I love the way you are demonstrating adaptation Mike.
Realising that you are challenged and adding tools to support your movement through. That’s a self-directed thinker, yes sir!!
Blaze that trail, trust in God and find your inner light and shine!!
That was a very open and honest blog, thank you. The truth is I am still at the beginning stages and still not sure of the next steps or even sharing my DMP with my family. I have read parts of it to a couple people this week in the Health and Wellness space. You give me COURAGE! That is my word for this week. Big THANK YOU!
I can understand that feeling, at the same time I can see you pulling through and quickly rising above all of the heavy stuff. Writing these blog posts have a miraculous way of transmuting the “muck” and cracking the cement into nothing. Thanks for sharing and keep on shining like bever before. Love and smiles! 💖🤗
Wow, thank you! Great strategies when one stumbles.
Thank you for sharing your Hero’s Journey with ups and downs. When we go thru our ups and downs with faith kept in our hearts we learn as most. No journey is like an autostrada and that is a good thing, I believe, because life would be kind of boring then :-).
To stay true to your trust and to keep your faith in your heart is the best way to lead the way. You are doing good, Mike!
When you learned to play the guitar, was it a straight forward process or were there forward and backward steps and stuck in the mud. But you kept going because you knew in your heart that you wanted to play. Play your DMP and share your music. Thank you for re-minding me.
The “Road Less Traveled” can be scary, Mike, especially for those that are so closed minded, it’s as if they’ve been blinded! 🙂
“Wooo-hooo!” Mike!! Bravo on being the objective observer and continuing with the daily mental exercises. Kudos on watching the movie Mully and making the application to your own life, your Hero’s Journey. I often remind myself what Mark says during the webcasts that wisdom comes from uncertainty…..good for you for embracing your Hero’s Journey, reminding yourself that there are mentors and helpers along the way that will guide and assist you. Bravo for leading by example for your family and showing them how taking a leap of faith can be so rewarding.