It’s that time of year when we are supposed to be inspired to tackle all of the resolutions we made before the stroke of midnight December, 31st. How many of us feel doomed before even attempting to start working on our resolutions? I can’t tell you how many times in my life that I said I was committed, I mean truly and deeply committed to my New Year Resolutions, but buried down inside I knew I wasn’t going to do them. Why set a resolution if I wasn’t going to keep it? I had good intentions, that’s why. Why didn’t I follow-through with those good intentions? Sometimes I didn’t have the willpower, but more often than not, I set resolutions or goals that I didn’t believe I could achieve. I had self-limiting beliefs. Yep. Me. In my lifetime, I have accumulated a lot of beliefs that haven’t always served me well.
I know I appear to be strong, and enduringly determined. I am strong. I am determined. I just may not be strong and determined in all of the areas I desire to be. After some genuinely crappy events in my life, self-doubt started increasing and spreading into areas of my life that I thought I had already mastered. I began to recognize that willpower alone was not going to get me out of the rut I was in. It was a deep and dark rut, too. Also, you may not know this about me, but I am somewhat of a control freak. Surprise! I know that’s not surprising to those that know me. I can tell you though, that I realized that I really had little to no control over anyone or anything except myself, and then, to top it all off, I realized that I was losing control of myself. In fact, I lost it. All of it. Actually, I gave it up. I realized that where I had been and what I was going through was way bigger than me and something I could not force into submission. So, I just gave up. I didn’t give up traditionally, but, since I didn’t know what to do, I finally let go of the controls. I understood that “this” was bigger than me and that I wasn’t qualified to figure it all out on my own. The only thing I could hang on to was that whatever I was going through and wherever I was going to was all according to God’s Plan.
Now, I have read about a million or so self-help books – maybe not a million, but I’ve read a lot. I’ve also been a member of the Positive Mental Attitude (PMA) revolution since the early ’90s so you would think I would have had plenty of resources to work through all of the crap and be able to conquer my goals and resolutions on my own. I didn’t know what was causing me to fall short of what I truly wanted in life until I attended my first Klemmer class through an invitation by my BFF from high school, Beckie. When Beckie called me and told me that she thought I’d benefit from the class, I honestly wanted to say no. But, a few things kept me from saying no that day. In talking with Beckie, I could tell she was in a remarkably good place in her own life, and that intrigued me. I also trust her, and I realized that I had absolutely nothing to lose and maybe, just possibly, I might learn a little something to help me get back on track. I also kind of thought that it would be nice to be around some upbeat people for a couple of days. I was counting on the Rah-Rah environment to give me an attitude boost so that I’d be recharged and ready to take on the world again. So, I said yes to her invitation to attend a Personal Mastery class. I did very little research on what to expect. Honestly, I don’t think I did any research. Like I said, I trust Beckie, and I could tell she was in a place I wanted to be myself. I attended that class in California June 22-24, 2018. I flew home to Texas on June 25th a whole new person. I’m not kidding. I’m not blowing smoke. I’m not making anything up. I promise you that those few days gave me the most enlightening experience of my life. I was enlightened into my own life and why and how I had become the person I was and how I could become a better person in those areas in which I felt a void or anger. There’s no way I can explain my revelations in the class because every student has their own experience. It’s a personal journey. Hence why the name of the class is Personal Mastery. I was so powerfully moved by the shifts I made that before I left California, I committed to hosting a Personal Mastery class in my own area. I wanted everyone I know to have the same opportunity to learn, grow, and prosper! It’s like that feeling of excitement when you have a surprise gift for someone you truly love, and you are bursting at the seams with excitement to give it to them. I’m also genuinely motivated to surround myself with people who, like me, had possibly given up on achieving their own goals and dreams, and now they are thriving and loving life again. I want more friends in the sandbox with me! I have a long list of people I will reach out to about the class, and I will reach out to everyone on my list because if I don’t, I will feel like I’ve cheated him or her or sold them short. It may take me some time to get through my list, so if you want to attend Personal Mastery with me the weekend of February 8th in Southlake, Texas, please reach out to me so that we can talk. I’m so serious about this that I’m going to give you my cell phone number (which I’ve always kept guarded) so that you can reach me directly: (817) 881-3042 or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. BTW, I’m not paid by Klemmer for this. I am genuinely putting my name and my reputation on the line here because I know that if you attend this class and if you play full out, you will see incredible results in your personal and professional life. It is guaranteed. How many things in life can you say that about? Please trust me on this! Click here for more information about Personal Mastery. I have a Promo/Referral Code code that I will happily share with you if you are seriously interested in making a giant shift in your own life. Let’s be in this together! Please know that I love you and want you to Be Well & Be Happy!