Master Key Week 25 – A Continuing Improvement

The Master Key Experience ended on March 25th.  However, I decided to become a lifetime member.  Mark said finish March strong.  I did!!  I kept up my readings of the Greatest Salesman in the world.  Read my DMP 3x daily, Blueprint Builder 3x daily and I read lesson 24 of the Master Key each day of the final week of March.  On Sunday I received the assignment for continuation of the Master Keys and the assignments.

I looked over the assignments and started reflecting back and asked myself could I do better?  Absolutely.  Will I do better Absolutely.  Usually I would beat myself up about the things I didn’t do and tell myself I don’t deserve to move forward because I didn’t do this or that.  However, today is a new day I will do my best today.  It made me remember Scroll III of the Greatest Salesman.  “I forget the happenings of the day that is gone, whether they are good or bad, and greet the new sun with confidence that this is the best day of my life.”

Also, I get an Insight of the Day email every morning and once a week a get Friday story.  This story I happened to receive this past Friday this also resonated with me to forget the past and move forward one baby step at a time.   I included the link below, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

http://www.proctorgallagherinstitute.com/25578/the-daffodil-principle

Daffodils Osterglocken Flowers Spring Bouq

My wish for you is that you are whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, healthy, harmonious and happy!!

Hope you all have a fantastic week!!

Love,

Paul

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4 thoughts on “Master Key Week 25 – A Continuing Improvement”

  1. Planting daffodils! What an incredible metaphor for MKE…we too plant thoughts…daily. Thanks for the beautiful blog…daffodils are high on my list of favorites. First time I ever saw them they were growing out of a snow bank…improbable not impossible though.

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  2. Paul, the daffodil principle is terrific. I love the last statement, ‘It is pointless to think of the lost hours of yesterdays. The way to make learning a lesson a celebration instead of a cause for regret is to only ask, “How can I put this to use today?”’ Thank you for sharing!!!!

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