Master Key Experience

August 28, 2016
by Ryan Missler
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Be Extraordinary! ‘HOW TO’ Break Out of Your Ordinary Life

Let Go of the Banana and Be Extraordinary!

Imagine this…..

A hungry monkey notices a banana inside a jar with a small opening at the top. The monkey reaches in and grabs the tasty treat. “Uh oh, I’m stuck! I cannot get my hand out while holding this banana. I really want it. I’m hungry. I need it. I won’t let go! Never!”

All that monkey has to do is let go of that dumb banana and he’d be free. Free to eat whatever he wants. Free to do anything he wants. A whole bunch of bananas could be right around the corner. He’ll never know because he won’t let go of that banana!

Are we that different from the monkey? What is it about that ordinary banana that makes us cling to it so desperately? Why do we cling so tightly to being just ordinary? Who knows.

I love the metaphor of the monkey and the banana….You must give up what you currently have to live the life you want!

I think you’ll like this short and sweet video. Ten things you must give up to forward with your life.

 


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Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined. ~ Thoreau

April 28, 2016
by Ryan Missler
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The Secret to Reaching Your Goals

Dont watch the clock

 

So, What’s The Secret?

Most of us know that discouraging feeling of being stripped of our goals and dreams and we think we have to settle for our current situation. Just be grateful for what you have. Be satisfied. Right?

We see others achieving in life and we ask “why not me? I am no different than he is. What is he doing that is unknown to me? He must be aware of some secret.”

I’ve heard it said, “you have to take massive action to reach your goals”.

I’ve read that if you keep your goals to yourself, undisclosed to others, you’ll be more likely to achieve those goals.

I’ve heard others say…all you have to do is just simply write your goals down on paper.

Be ambitious and hustle to reach your target. Be slow and be deliberate to reach your objective.

All of it sounds good and the people preaching this, I’m sure, have good intentions.

Want to know the secret?

The secret is……there are no secrets!

You know, everybody already possesses everything they need to know to achieve success in life. You already have it. It’s in you. You were made perfect. You are a true miracle born into this world and you already possess the tools you need to succeed. You were born to do great things…we all were!

Persistence

A great place to start to achieve your goals would be to develop the habit of persistence. Napoleon Hill, author of “Think and Grow Rich”, talks about 4 tiny habits that make up persistence.

Persistence is needed to accomplish anything you choose to undertake.

The 4 tiny habits of persistence are:

1) A Purpose – Knowing the reason why you are trying to achieve your goal.

2) A Plan of Action – The steps you’re going to take to achieve your goal.

3) A Team – Two or more people working toward a common purpose in perfect harmony. If you are working alone you will be more likely to fail.

4) A Positive Mental Attitude – If you think positively you will have a higher percent chance of succeeding.

Is your glass always half empty? Or, maybe you just want to sharpen your positivity skills…..a great way to start to develop a positive mental attitude would be to “opt in” by entering your name and email address below to receive the 7 Days of Positive Thinking in your email inbox. Why not? It’s absolutely free!

Thanks for reading,

Ryan

 

 

 

March 26, 2016
by Ryan Missler
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The Secret – What’s Worth Living For? – Week 23

The Secret is………Love

I think I can speak for everyone who was watching and listening to Mark’s story on the webinar this week. What an incredibly powerful life story he shared with all of us students! He ties his story to a couple of questions…..”What’s worth living for? and….What’s worth dying for?” The secret to life? What is everyone seeking? Simply Love.

The saying I’ve heard Mark use, “when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change”.

I have a hugely different outlook on the world thanks to Mark J, Davene, and the rest of the Master Key guides in this Master Key Experience. I’ve changed the way I look at the world and the people in it. I’ve learned to be an observer of my life. If you take the time to do the work, with proper guidance, a person CAN change their habits, beliefs, and ultimately change themselves for the better.

If you want to see a world of hate, you will.

If you want to see a world of love, you will.

The SECRET is YOU and only you create your reality. So why not create a life full of love?

If you see a world around you that is loveless, “Be the change you want to see in the world”, as Gandhi said it.

Be yourself.

Change your world to love.

I am.

Thanks for reading,

Ryan

March 14, 2016
by Ryan Missler
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The Science of Getting Rich

What is your opinion on a person becoming rich?  You know, becoming one of the “one percenters” the media talks about all the time.  Some may think in order to become rich you must be selfish, greedy, and the root of all that is evil. Maybe, for some, becoming rich is a means for us to fulfill our life goals. How about someone who would like to become rich to give most or all of the money away? What ever your opinion may be I’d like to share with you some thoughts from a book we read in the Master Key Course, written by Wallace Wattles, titled “The Science of Getting Rich“.

Should a person strive to become rich?

Wattles writes, “The Science of Getting Rich, it is the noblest and most necessary of all studies. It is perfectly right that you should desire to be rich; if you are a normal man or woman you cannot help doing so. If you neglect this study, you are derelict in your duty to yourself, to God and humanity; for you can render to God and humanity no greater service than to make the most of yourself”.

He refers to scripture throughout the book to make his case that God wants you to become rich. “It is your Father’s pleasure to give you the Kingdom, said Jesus.” “Whatsoever things ye ask for when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them, said Jesus.”

He talks about assisting the poor as well.

“The poor do not need charity; they need inspiration. Charity only sends them a loaf of bread to keep them alive in their wretchedness, or gives them an entertainment to make them forget for an hour or two; but inspiration will cause them to rise out of their misery. If you want to help the poor, demonstrate to them that they can become rich; prove it by getting rich yourself.”

Now, should you still give food to the food banks? Of course. Should you still volunteer at the soup kitchen? Of course you should. Should you still donate clothes to the needy. Of course! Wattles is telling us that our main purpose should be to inspire the poor out of misery and into greatness.

Wattles explains in his book “there is a science of getting rich, and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic”. The book is a real eye opener and I agree that a person should strive to become rich. If you have any desire as to better yourself financially I would encourage you to read The Science of Getting Rich.

Thanks for reading and feel free to share what you thought of this post below.

Ryan

March 4, 2016
by Ryan Missler
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Choose Wisely – Week 22

 

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I am living the life I have chosen. Every choice I have ever made has led me to this moment today here on planet earth. Every minute of everyday choices are made. Where to spend our time. Where to work. To watch TV or to seek adventure?  We choose who to love. We choose our circle of friends. Choose what mood to be in. We choose our feelings towards someone or something.

Og Mandino writes, in The Greatest Salesman in the World, “Weak is he who permits his thoughts to control his actions; Strong is he who forces his actions to control his thoughts.” He continues….

“If I feel depressed I will sing.”

“If I feel sad I will laugh.”

“If I feel ill I will double my labor.”

“If I feel fear I will plunge ahead.”

“If I feel inferior I will wear new garments.”

“If I feel uncertain I will raise my voice.”

“If I feel poverty I will think of wealth to come.”

“If I feel incompetent I will remember past success.”

“If I feel insignificant I will remember my goals.”

You can choose to sit back and wander aimlessly and let your thoughts control your actions.

OR…..

You can choose what actions to take and go after what you want.

I choose to be in the drivers seat of my own personal success.

What will you choose?

Thanks for reading,

Ryan