Summertime! What comes to mind? Warm weather, fun in the sun, traveling, having a blast? You bet – summer is great!
But imagine, if you will – what all that fun, fun, fun, in the sun, sun, sun, would be like if you were mentally and emotionally hog-tied. What if that once-in-a-lifetime invitation to the coolest wedding ever came? It’s your dear friend’s daughter – you’ve known her since before she was born. She’s getting married out-of-town at a great destination, it will be a full weekend of activities and good times – and instead of being excited, fear and panic gripped your soul?
How fun would that be? Would anxiety keep you up at night, because you want to go so badly, but you don’t dare. It’s too scary, you don’t look right, your clothes aren’t right, you are too fat, your hair is stupid and won’t behave. You will be with strangers. What will they think? What will you say to them? What if you have to sit next to someone you don’t know at dinner? That goes on for weeks until the RSVP is due to be sent back. What do you do? What do you do? WHAT DO YOU DO?? Go, no – Go, no – Go. . . ? No. You decline. Phew! That feels better. For the moment. Then you see the pictures on facebook, you get that sweet thank-you from her wishing you could have been there. And you sit and cry over missing yet another wonderful part of life.
Sucks, doesn’t it?
Welcome to what my life was before a series of Divine appointments (I don’t believe in coincidences) led me to the 2014 session of the Master Key Experience. Thank goodness it is web-based course (didn’t have to see people or talk if I didn’t want to). Thank goodness it is a scholarship-only program (so I could afford it). Thank goodness after about six weeks I started to trust Mark J and the Fab D, because they are better than their word at delivering the goods.
But they will decline the praise for my success and tell you – It was me – doing the work. And they are right . And it is work. And it’s not easy. The MKE showed me how to rewire my brain. I learned that, and so many, many other things that changed my life. “Changed your life?” you say. “How do you know it changed your life?”
Because, boys and girls, I’m leaving in the morning for Memphis, Tennessee to spend the weekend celebrating my good friend’s daughter’s wedding. I’m still fat and my hair still doesn’t behave, and I’m not sure my clothes will be right, but I’m going to Memphis, I’m going to have a blast, and I’m looking forward to meeting new people and learning about their lives. Bam! That’s change right there, baby!
Whether your business sucks, your relationships suck, your job sucks, you suck, life in general sucks, it can change. If you do. Come on – next session starts in September. We’ll show you the way (yes, I said WE, because my life changed so much, I joined the team!)
Julie Ebanks says
I thoroighly enjoyed your blog. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you, Julie. I appreciate that you took the time.
OH, Nancy! Thanks for sharing and have so much fun…wait…you might be back by now!! I can’t wait to hear! Your my hero!
Thanks, Deb – it WAS fun!
Deanna Bordelon says
Great Blog and I am happy for you Nancy. Awesome!
Thank you, Deanna. What a different life I have now!