Week-14 Persistence

Part of  this weeks exercise was  to watch 1 of 4 movies that were recommended to us and to really capture and emotionalize the four defining elements of persistence which are summarized as, 1) A Definite Major Purpose in Life, 2) A Positive Mental Attitude, 3) A Plan Of Action and 4) A Master Mind Alliance.

As it turned out I had seen all 4 movies previously over the years, and I remembered enjoying each of them. Well, we love movies in my home and so we got a chance to watch all 4 of them again over the break, and all I can say is wow talk about a whole new perspective on things.

After viewing them for a second time, I realized I had not truly captured the essence or spirit behind them. I do not want to talk about the movies we watched and create a spoiler for those who have not seen them, but I encourage you to view these movies and look for the four elements listed above when you are watching them.

See for yourself, how these keys fit into your life and how you can use them to help you find your Bliss. They are like small puzzle pieces that you may possess in part or in whole but one without the others can leave you feeling lost or mislead you and take you off track or even cause you to quit on your dreams altogether when you are unable to make the connection.

Defining your Definite Major Purpose and a Positive Mental Attitude can take some real soul searching for some of us and then keeping  them is not light work either, especially when the going gets rough. Developing these first two key components is vital for your success and is vital in creating your Plan Of Action. Find a mentor or trusted adviser, someone you respect and who respects you and what you are trying to accomplish.

By using the strengths of others through your Master Mind Alliance you can begin to put these four elements into harmony with your goals, they are all essential.

You can call it what you want, but if you have a true desire, a passionate heart and will persist until you succeed, you can achieve anything, even if you lack the talent that others think is required.

The movies: Rudy, Cool Running’s, Door to Door and October Sky make sure you watch them with your kids, no matter how old they are. Peace, Mac

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3 thoughts on “Week-14 Persistence

  1. John Parker

    Interesting how the movies have more to offer when you have a focus, looking for the DMP, etc. I found the same. Cool Running was on the BBC Christmas/New Year schedule, I’d enjoyed it when I saw it a few years ago and it was the first DVD to arrive from Amazon so I took this as manifestation confirmed! The others are on my future weekend watching schedule.

    1. Keith Post author

      Thanks for commenting John. Yes they are all awesome movies and to me seen a a whole new light. If you get the chance to watch with kids, grand kids or any family at all it is a great experience. Peace, Mac


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