Friday, 13 December 2019

Master Key Experience, Week 11 - Honey, I'm home!

I was away for three days this week, to see my dear dad who lives on the other side of the country. To the right is a photo of him, holding a heart shaped lollipop I gave him ♥ 

I had taken the print-outs for Week 11 with me so I could read while away, but I didn't get a chance to be alone often enough to do my usual three reads a day.

It was really nice to spend time with my dad and his girlfriend, as well as my beloved niece and nephew who came with me on this trip. I don't see my dad often since we live so far apart, so I chose to be with him as much as possible while we were there, even if that meant my "homework" had to suffer. My dad has not been well lately, but he has dodget the bullet before. I can only hope and pray that he will get better.

I had to wait till I was back home to watch the whole replay of the Sunday webinar.  Seeing the feedback from other members at the beginning was both moving and uplifting! I also loved the talk with Justin, and the video about the amazing  D.J. Gregory. WOW! If you'd like to know more about this guy, check out his website - Walking for Kids

Regarding our One Sentence DMP, I wasn't sure whether to follow the instructions in the workbook or to look at Mark's and Davene's sentences for guidance (the latter two are much longer and detailed than the workbook examples). My first draft was rather long and I shared it with my two Mastermind groups. Some said it was too long, some liked it the way it was ... After their feedback I ended up with a shorter version, which I sent to my guide on Thursday. I haven't heard back from her yet, so we'll see. This is my one sentence DMP (for now, anyway):

I am an author earning over 100 million Norwegian kroner from my first novel to buy a retreat in the south of Spain.

Like Mark said, our subby will remember the rest. I read my full DMP 2-3 times a day, I listen to my DMP recording, and I look at my dream board several times a day. In addition to the posters around the house, I use an index card sized version as a bookmark,  and a photo of it as the background on my phone. (I moved all the icons to the next page, so that none covers the background photo when I open my phone).

I watched the Finding your Purpose webbies last week, but I am still uncertain of my two words
I am a ______  ______ (fill in the blanks).
I am a zestful host. 
I am a creative artist. 
I am an inspirational teacher. 
I am a bestselling author. 

I am all that, and I do not know how to pick only one. Any thoughts, insight, help? Anyone? Is it because I'm a Blue with a lot of White that makes it so hard for me to choose? I have always had a hard time making decisions, always weighing back and forth, analysing, doubting, afraid I'll miss out on a better choice ....

What is my colour? Turquoise with a slice of red!

I am very happy and grateful that I got to spend three days my beloved dad this week, and now it's good to be back home - back to my reading and exercises routines, and back to connecting with everyone via the member's area, twitter, blogs, and more Marco Poloing. I want to thank each and every one of you for making the MKE feel like home.

be the journey
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  1. It's amazing how our colours are so similar, I'm so glad you spent time with your dad and family. Thank you sharing your experiences with all and thank you for being apart of my life too ��♥️

    1. Thank you, Gavin! ♥ I am not surprised that our colours are so similar :-) Thank you for your sweet comment and for being a part of my life and this amazing journey! ♥

  2. I think spending the time with your dad is important even if the home work had to suffer a bit. I also took a break this week, so I am also getting back into tonight. Peace be the journey.

    1. Thanks, John!♥ I'm excietd to start a new week with the webinar tonight! No more breaks this coming week, back to good habits in the daily routines. YAY! Thank you for your understanding and for being a great support on Marco Polo! ♥


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