Over the past 5 weeks I’ve knocked off some cement that’s for sure, but there is so much more work to be done! The adventure has just begun!
Completing my DMP and getting final approval was a major milestone and that just happened yesterday. I am not sure what anyone else’s experience has been, but just in relation to my DMP I dealt with a lot of emotions: Anger, anxiety, frustration, I prayed, felt like crying, felt at times that I was never going to get it done, and part of me, at times, just wanted to give up. But I also experienced happiness, joy, pride, and finally satisfaction. Through it all, though, I was determined to finish what I started. And here I sit writing that it is done. I’m sure I’ll have tweaks here and there, but I feel fantastic about my DMP.
As far dramatic changes in my life where I’m suddenly taking action or just find myself doing what’s on the service card – that hasn’t happened YET! I still need to be intentional about everything I am doing. However, the reason I chose to use the word “YET” is because this is actually the first week where I have this feeling that something is changing. Something is happening inside!
Again, nothing dramatic, but I have this feeling in my gut that something is beginning to shift. My old blueprint is reluctant to change, but I choose to be relentless about doing the work day in and day out. Just like the bumper sticker I saw last week that said “DO THE WORK”. I am committed to this process. It may take a while to build a solid foundation, but that’s ok. I have lived as an onion tree, and it has not pleased me! I promise to continue bombarding my unconscious mind with my new blueprint/DMP, doing all of the intangible and tangible assignments with enthusiasm and emotion, linking, linking, linking. I Can Be What I Will To Be! I Form Good Habits And Become Their Slave! Do It Now, Do It Now, Do It Now!
Oh, and the whole opinion assignment this week? Wow, I have a freaking opinion about everything! I find myself sometimes spouting out and then after the conversation I realize what I did. It comes so natural to me. I began thinking about how the heck I defeat this and begin to take control and the answer I got back was “Ask Questions”. Be more interested in them than you are about saying what you believe. Focus on the other person and make them the most important part of the conversation not myself. I’ll focus more diligently on this approach going forward.
Looking forward to Week 6! Peace!
Be Legendary! Inspire Legendary!