I was not living up to my full potential... and I knew it ... “Personal development will only take you to the starting line.” ~ Said Steven; which made sense since I was feeling like I had done a lot of personal development but then wasn't moving forward anymore. Over the years I’ve taken a bunch of courses, which were all great, but, what would bring
it all together? The formula was eluding me... what should I do... what gets more out of life?... what lets me help more people? They say “Knowledge is Power” but only if you can act on that knowledge. So what was going to put all this knowledge into a powerful ability to reach dreams? Steven speaks of how you have to get all your motivators
into a proper stack to focus, and combine it with Grit and Flow. Then dig really deep on how you hold yourself back then uproot those habits. I never looked at how I was behaving in inferiority... never thought about how things stacked to a meaningful life... I didn't know about there being more levels of GRIT than one and FLOW? What was that?
And the explanation of the ass kicking life gives us and how it never stops, we just rise above it or fall to the level
of our training made me really want to level up my activity of training and get rid of the habit of acting at a lower level by default. Then to be able to rise to the outlook of, “What Do I Get To Do Next?!”.
This course walked me through all the steps one at a time... in order...so I will be able to recreate it over and over again with all the Massively Transformative Purposes I want to achieve. The secrets of the Habits the course teaches come out when you DO it and take the time to think about what you are being asked to do. Glazing over the top won't work. You will be rewriting several layers of the present self habits. And, a big lesson...PLAY... even though the course pushes your buttons and covers some serious subjects, remember to step back, relax, breath, and keep a playful attitude, and the answers will just roll out onto the paper.... Biggest lessons I’ve learned? Chunking down activities until they’re not overwhelming makes projects go faster. The number of goals that I have not been able to accomplish the previous years was because I had been keeping them in a holding pattern of huge steps. And, the hardest level of Grit for me was the Grit To Recover. I had been in the habit of just going and going, even though it wasn't my best flow, and would constantly burn out. Now, I've gotten to where I can really feel it when I miss that part of the habit, and always find a way to get it done.