Have you ever experienced self-doubt? The very next morning after I wrote the blog post for Week 52, while brushing my teeth and thinking about a series of blog posts I want to write here at my new site, H3B,
I started this *Master Key Master Mind Alliance (MKMMA) journey last year, with lots of questions in my heart. This past week, I’ve been moving my blogs posts to what is called a hosted website, a website that I own.
I popped into the *Master Key Master Mind Alliance several times these past few weeks. And it’s been exciting. I get a giddy feeling inside as I read the comments of the new members who are just getting started with *MKMMA.
The Pay-It-Forward scholarships slide. We’ve learned so much in the past year and I’ve seen many amazing slides in our lessons and webinars, but this is my favorite image of them all. It’s the Go-Giver concept in action. Give more.
I’m So Excited!!! Watching again the story of the Golden Buddha, today. It’s been a year with the *Master Key Master Mind Alliance, coming once again full circle. And I am so much more clearer in my own sense of
“Listen to the wind…” These were the words I heard inwardly the moment I woke up on the first day of my SIT. I heard them again the second morning, too. “Listen to the wind…” Then silence. Warm, golden silence.
SIT, In Silence … In last Sunday’s webinar we were encouraged to SIT in Silence at some point over the next two weeks, for at least a day, or more. I love the SIT’s and as I listened to Mark
When you can see the invisible, you can do the impossible. Mark J. Humans create from the workshops of our imagination. I’ve been thinking about this all day. And as I thought about it, my Dad’s workshop kept coming to
Stumbling Blocks This week and next we’ve been asked to consider how we may use fear, hurt feelings, anger, guilt, and/or unworthiness to expand our comfort zone. Emotions, whether we consider them positive are negative, are neutral. We make them
This week my Franklin Makover virtue is self-control. I feel this particular virtue has been a big bugaboo for me, ever since my Mom introduced “virtues” to me when I was a kid. Over the years, as I would examine