Week 20 – Gary’s Blog: Remember what we are trying to accomplish

In his week 20 Post, Gary is pointing out the crucial importance of always keeping our promises…Enjoy! “September 24, 2017 to today, February 13, 2018.  We have been working on this class, seven days a week 1-3 hours a day.  All but three Sundays, we have had 2 hour  webinars with mastermind or fellowship following. Then we had to pay it forward(which I love because I may not have taken this class if I had to pay first, but I am gladly paying it forward).  First thing is figure out what your main purpose in life is.  Why?  Because I and my class mates want to live a life of purpose,  harmony, and to achieve our dreams.  We are trying to accomplish happiness.  So many people start and many ( don’t know how many ) stop the class.  Do they stop because they can’t figure out what they want?  Maybe it is too hard to do the work and /or to keep the commitment.  Maybe it is too painful to realize they have wasted years, but , don’t stay with the class long enough to learn how to forget yesterday and tomorrow and concentrate on the present.  I don’t know the reason and really cannot spend any more time contemplating the gone.   I started the class to accomplish one thing.  Find my purpose.  Something I can do because I get a feeling of accomplishment and it is effortless.  When you do what you love, you are never working.  I am close!  How close?  Don’t know.  At the beginning, it was two steps forward, one step back.  After four and...

Week 19 – Janet’s Blog: Law of Environment

  Here is a very thought provoking and poetic post of Janet on our deep nature as human beings. To send her your comments, just go to her Blog: http://jajabirdmasterkey.wordpress.com “1 billion light years in a supercomputer. Saying our Universe is a big place is a bit of an understatement. And with recent advances in our understanding of the effects of dark matter and black holes on the formation of galaxies, it’s surprisingly dynamic. All of this pales in significance to what lies within each and everyone of us and the laws that govern that space. There is no logical way to the discovery of these elemental laws. There is only the way of intuition, which is helped by a feeling for the order lying behind the appearance. –Albert Einstein A mate of mine recently challenged me … to write my ‘living obituary’ .. I felt these massive glumps of really heavy thick goo-stuff ‘infusing’ throughout me – whilst I simultaneously & spontaneously thrilled & balked at the ‘dare’… wondrous amazement at such a powerful immersive demonstration of “all that concrete & fragile Subbie having a spin-out tug-of-war with my future genius self”  in action.. He, my mate, is co-authoring his living obituary … “Do these things BEFORE you die” – draft title.. I’m the co-author .. His thinking is : “we’re doing this together… so, why don’t I write mine too.. ?.. Only thing is: the whole idea emerged from an intention to enjoy time spent together during his remaining days, be that 1 or maybe 30.. “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the...

Week 18 – Scott’s Post: Starting to Reap the Fruits

In his 18th week post, Scott is sharing some changes which happened since the beginning of MKE “This is an amazing course. One of the assignments this week was to go back and read some of the old lessons. Doing so I can see how far I have come in these last 18 weeks. I actually went back and read all of my blogs from week one and I can see a real change in myself. I look forward to the next several weeks and beyond as everything comes together in my journey of becoming the person I am meant to be. Another thing as we move on to a new scroll, what I am taking forward from the last scroll is never do I forget that many have attained great wealth and success with only one sales talk delivered with excellence. Being in the field of sales this is so true for me as I have actually experienced the value of having a scripted presentation in then past. This serves as a reminder to me what can be accomplished. This week I also have been focusing on organization and so many new ideas have come to me through noticing organization in others.” To post a comment to Scott or connect to his Blog, go here: http://trainingsolutionsllc.net/wp/skangas/...

Week 17 – From Gary’s Blog: Franklin Makeover Continues

Here is what Gary shared in his 17th week blog: “Week 17 of the Franklin Makeover.  Last week the 300 participants who have persevered through the 17 weeks of this course all looked for kindness.  They also performed two acts of kindness (un-noticed if possible) a day and reported them in the kindness section of our website.  There were over 8300 acts reported and actually many more as some people reported them in the section that was not counted or tracked, or put 3 or 4 acts in one entry.  Amazing!!  I found people reacted to my acts of kindness with acts of their own.  Everyone was smiling and happy as an act of kindness brightens everyone’s’ day ! This week I am looking for acts and signs of Discipline.  I have found a few. Athletes in competition who keep their cool when others do not.  People who do things they are supposed to do even when they don’t feel like it. I am continuing my reading and sitting as directed and probably have completed the activities 95% of the time.  The ones I miss are during the mid day and I usually do not miss them. Death by Burpees and exercise are a discipline and I am over 90% compliant on that.  The moral is whatever you look for or concentrate on, you see.  I am looking for the positive and not the negative.  What you do not focus or concentrate on atrophys or goes away! In the 17 weeks I have been taking this class, Everything is better!” You will find Gary’s blog here: http://trainingsolutionsllc.net/wp/gbsteve/ , just put...