Posted on December 27, 2019 by Darren Davis
Hey Great People!
Well, keeping up with “the drill” and habits daily was a challenge during our holiday away, but I still did daily things to help avoid the old blueprint wanting to step back in. I drove approx. 2,500 kilometres in the past 2 weeks. My family were all on their “gadgets” looking at youtube or whatever, but I had my earphones in listening to audios for hours on end of the Master Key, Science of being rich, Andrew Carnegie and Napoleon Hill to name but a few. I’ve been doing this for 6 months or more now – a lot of study, but too much inaction; which brings me back to the quote “Knowledge doesn’t apply itself.
My biggest challenge is not having a Mastermind Alliance with any business partners. I need to get off my ass big time. I have been putting together a business concept which I feel in me heart is beautiful because it’s all about helping others achieve with heaps of giving, it just feels so right. Some of it sounds crazy maybe to others, some have asked me “Why would you want to do that”? “Why do you feed the homeless? Why do you want to help people in other ways?” – It’s funny when you think about it, I feel like “a nut” (as per video that Mark has played in Go90Grow where a guy starts dancing at a music festival on his own until someone joins him and then more and more join) – that’s me – lol. But, I can only think that these questions relate to the “expectation of getting something back from doing something in the first place” (as we are so conditioned to believe is the way it is supposed to be) as opposed to Helping Others without the expectation of reciprocity.
Mark J, Davene, Derek, Laurie, Lucinda, Dayna, Pops, GG, Jimmy Jayes and Bob Burg have been such a massive influence on me, I am so grateful. The giving and value that they put out is overwhelming. I too had the expectation of receiving before I found Mark J, but this beautiful attitude/way has (naturally and subconsciously it seems) had a profound effect on me in how I want to achieve by helping others.
Now, onwards and upwards with my new habits 🙂