Mahalo from the man in the mirror
Every day is time to look that guy in the face and be honest with him. Mostly we’re buds but there are days he tells me to get my butt in gear – lovingly of course. He and I are in a long-term relationship so we try to be kind and considerate to each other while being accountable. We’re both thankful for the experience and looking forward to our future together.
What did I learn from going through the Master Key Experience? I learned That I have a lot to learn but this is a great start to the journey. I learned the value of Self-mastery over the expectation that some guru holds all the secrets. Some of the value tidbits to whet your appetite
Being the observer
Avoiding Rejecting negativity
Knowing my primary purpose
Focusing on what’s important
Doing my best
Funny things I learned about Mark Januszewski
I identify with Mark J more than I thought I would…which is part of his approach.
He’s a very bright guy while also an “everyman”. He teaches common sense from the perspective of someone with extensive education and experience.
He and I both were fortunate enough to have the existential, life-defining experience of being single dads bringing up children. Nothing is ever the same afterward.
We both love the Pittsburgh Steelers (or did I remember this wrong?)
We both love to apply a little bit of the needle now and then.
We both were blessed to sell photocopiers – Mark in the 1970s and me in the 1980s. It seems we had similar teachers from the stories he tells.
Love the teachers
Gurus love wisdom but they teach it like they’re the first one to think of these things. In truth there have been many teachers, philosophers and sages through they years who imparted these wise thoughts. Just goes to show you that gurus aren’t always the font of all wisdom. Mark has brought us Emerson, Emmet Fox, Haanel, John Wooden, Og Mandino among others. Pretty good faculty if you ask me.
A big Mahalo!
My heartfelt thanks goes to Mark J, T.F. Davene, Trish, Derek, Heather, Andrea, Dayna, my guide Justin Leader and your staff for pushing, pulling, cajoling and guiding me through this experience. It was fun, difficult, joyful, demanding, energizing and exhausting at various times. I would certainly do it again and fully expect to. There’s no way I can truly express my gratitude other to say, Mahalo! I have come a long way and also realize I have much to learn.
I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy.