Week 3 – Good Habits

Reading scroll I is helping me because I am realizing that good habits and repetition are the keys to success!! Bad habits need to be recognized, but replaced. I’m finding the old blue print will surface at times. Ego seems to interfere, but being the observer is important. If we’re the watchman or watchman at the gate, then do we get to decide? Wow! We have a choice. That sounds great huh?!

Do it now! This affirmation helps to inhibit procrastination and I have found the old blue print has presented itself more than I would like. Consequently, the key is recognizing it and diffusing the negative. I might say I don’t want to do this or that, but I tell myself “just do it” to get things accomplished!

The written plan of action (WPOA) card has helped me focus on expectations to accomplish. Also, I’m seeing the connections between the colors and shapes! The chore cards I’m finding not to take lightly. These I’m finding can be fun between playing music! Vacuuming the bedroom, mowing the lawn, or making a call are reinforcing the importance in discipline.

Reading the affirmations, WPOA cards, and chore cards helps to focus on discipline. Seeing the connections is important. For example, in Karate Kid, Daniel is upset with having to do what he perceives as pointless chores. Mr. Miyagi tells Daniel to “wax on”, “wax off”, sand the floor, and paint the fence and house. Daniel wants to learn karate without understanding the work. Then, he has a “lightbulb” moment and understands his teacher was right. There is a direct connection in doing the chores as there is for doing karate. What’s the point? The chore cards we’re doing seem boring and useless at times, but by putting the work in and paying the price it will lead to our successful endeavors.

Peace!! 😉




Week 2-“The Sit”

20141229_002324In week 2, I’ve realized the sit was a little complicated for me. However, staying positive and focusing on a peaceful setting I find to be more beneficial. For example, when I have “scatted consciousness”, I shift my mind and walk by the ocean, body of water, or put my mind in a peaceful place. Remember, the subconscious mind is the mysterious source that never sleeps, so it’s important to focus on the positive! Through experimentation, I’ve found my attention span is better in the morning or early afternoon than at night. Doing it at night, I found has been successful at times.

John Wooden. I have spent time reading many of his books because I happen to be a big sports fan and admire his willingness to teach skills and fundamentals that made his players successful on and off the court. The Pyramid of Success is what he used as a guideline in creating success for many. Two of the keys skills to focus on are having industriousness and enthusiasm. Industriousness is having a good work ethic. Practice is great, but it’s the repetition of good habits and working harder and harder to become successful. Also, enthusiasm is what I need to focus on more. Having feeling and being charged with emotions is going to improve anyone’s DMP or Dharma. In the Greatest Salesman in the World, Og Mandino reveals in Scroll I enthusiasm helps to overcome fear that you may encounter.  So, pump up the volume and have more enthusiasm!! 🙂

My pivotal needs are spiritual growth and helping others. My faith is important to me. I feel if everything fails, it is what I can rely on the most. However, faith is having a willingness to learn and grow. This is being confident and taking action toward your aspirations or desired outcomes. Additionally, helping others is how we all stay young. I find it fascinating to be caught up in others’ success. Happiness is contagious. Keep it going everyone!!


Week 1- Reflections 2016

buddhaWow! The MKMMA is back again! I’m looking forward in improving from the last time around by chipping away at the cement and fine-tuning the Golden Buddha!

There seems to be a little bit of a resistance when first thinking about the specific tasks that include: the 15 minute sit, reading Definite Major Purpose (DMP), Blueprint Builder (BPB), The Greatest Salesman, and OATS. Looking at the bigger picture and knowing that fulfilling the, what feels like meaningless tasks, are really part of a bigger reward!

Concerning the 15 minute sit, when I first started doing this I would twitch, itch and scratch my nose, and have to crack my toes and fingers lol! Since then, I have been getting better, but cannot sit still for 15 minutes yet! I can get to 10 minutes though. I found it more effective to do the 15 minute sit at the beginning of my day. I am getting better at it though. When I put my mind in a positive state and think about my DMP, I seem to be in a more relaxed state of mind!

I find that in our society the red pencil syndrome is more apparent that I want to realize. We have been told the wrong things, when in fact, we should be looking at the positive things in life. It’s not our fault, but I find it important that society’s view of greatness is not what’s important. It’s that we already have greatness within us.

The Master Key Part One was great to read daily. Every time I read this I realize the importance of the world within.

Og Mandino’s, The Greatest Salesman in the World, helps me realize that success really is getting rid of the old blueprint or bad habits. Focusing or creating new blueprints and good habits can be changed for the better at any time. Consequently, practice and patience are the key.

When figuring out my Dharma, I’m still searching for my passion in life. I know my faith, family, helping others, sports, athletics, and being health are important to me!!


Week 24 Bittersweet!

As Og Mandino puts it, “I am nature’s greatest miracle! Wow! Words cannot describe the amazing adventure in the MKMMA class over the past six months. What? Amazing! As they say, time flies when you’re having fun!

After going through Go90Grow, I saw an email that led to Mark Januszewski’s website: http://worldslaziestnetworker.com. After watching Mark J’s video, it just seemed like a class that I should give a try. A voice told me, “you should do this.” It was perfect timing because I felt like a misguided ship. 

It was first encouraging to find out I was a white. I have always been an observer,  I am motivated in a positive and peaceful setting, but did not realize how indecisive I was. Yes, I was a procrastinator, too.

This journey has been a great ride! The question that repeatedly popped in my head was why aren’t they teaching these type of skills in our school systems? In other words, I definitely received a reality check in identifying the red pencil syndrome. Unfortunately, we live in a world that is focused on the negative. We focus on what we did wrong on a test rather than praising what we accomplished! Additionally, I found it important on another level in applying as many learning style techniques as possible. Visual learning: Looking at the colors and shapes. Musically: listening to my audio DMP with Vivaldi. Impersonally: Continuing to mastermind and communicate with people working in perfect harmony. Intrapersonally: Goal-setting and listening to my voice in silence and sitting. Mathematically. Linguistically. Athletically: Moving, exercising, and power posing! Also, speed reading techniques have come in handy as well!

Finding the Golden Buddha is already within us! Unfortunately, most of the world has it backwards. Take for instance the economy. People working today are mostly living in a world of quiet desperation, not having a clue why they are doing what they are doing. I didn’t realize that I was taking massive action at times and not understanding my purpose. Also, I had a tendency to talk myself out of decisions. Achieving our Definite Major Purpose (DMP) is what life is about. Reading this has definitely been a great diet pill, lol! This is the Hero’s Journey! Reading the Plan of Action (POA), Blueprint Builder (BPB), service, and giving and receiving cards helped me establish a new level confidence because I helped to create new good habits that will continue to rekindle my fire through life! What we think about grows, what we don’t think about atrophies. Furthermore, Og Mandino said, “Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.” Our Creator gave us a brain or sometimes referred to as the mechanism. In other words, we have a choice everyday to decide what we put in our brains and what we filter out (spam). As Earl Nightingale says, “We become what we think about. “Therefore, there is no limitation in what we can accomplish!

My Personal Pivotal Needs (PPNs) are spiritual growth and helping others! By the way, Haanel says, “But when you have learned to control yourself you will have found the “World Within” which controls the world without; you will have become irresistible; men and things will respond to your every wish without any apparent effort on your part.” This statement is so profound because the answers are not out there; rather, they’re inside of us!

There are many key affirmations that I will continue to carry with me on my journey. Saying, “Do it now.” This helps put priorities in action and diffuses procrastination. “I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious, and happy, will bring about harmonious conditions.” This has helped to create a positive vibration. Negativity has no room when you say this. Wow! The Law of Substitution will continue to be a success because I think of the Bear Hugs Kettle and remember to let go of the banana! In other words, all the repetition has paid off because I diffuse the negative and focus on the positive! The 7 Day Mental Diet may continue to be a challenge, but I have to tell myself to quickly think of the positive and having no opinions has definitely helped me be an even better observer! Being a good listener and silence is the key. As they say, silence is golden!

The biggest lesson that I’ll take with me for rest of my life is Emerson’s Law! “Give more, get more.” The more you give, the more you receive (reciprocity). The Law of Karma has been written by our Creator. Therefore, it is imperative to be the best that I’m capable of being and remember to help others succeed. It is about paying it forward! Showing acts of kindness and building a world full of peace and harmony is what life is about! John Wooden’s quote on competitive greatness sums it up!  He says, “Perform at your best when your best is required. Your best is required each day.” Moreover, living in the present moment will continue to put points on the score board in my life!

Earl Nightingale says, “Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.” Therefore, the DMP will happen. It’s just a matter of time! As Mark J says, “It’s game over.” As John Wooden said, “Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.”

John Wooden pyramid of success provides so much structure for success! The two keys areas which make all of the areas a success are: Industriousness-“Success travels in the company of very hard work. There is no trick, no easy way.” Enthusiasm -“Your energy and enjoyment, drive and dedication will stimulate and greatly inspire others.”

I will continue to do my very best by applying the skills and techniques used in the MKMMA class and will continue on my journey to help others be successful as well. This isn’t the end. Rather, the journey lives on because it is only the beginning! 😉


Week 23 – Awesome Laws!!


I really was excited about adding the new “Law” cards. This was a must-needed addition to the tower of cards I have. Perhaps, I should name them The Tower of Babel lol! I have been building a nice progression after all!

1. Law of Least Effort: Acceptance. “I will practice Acceptance. Today I will accept people, situations, circumstances, and events as they occur. I will know that this moment is as is should be, because the whole universe is as it should be. I will not struggle against the whole universe by struggling against this moment. My acceptance is total and complete. I accept things as they are in this moment, not as I wish they were.” For me this means living in the present. Thinking about the past does not help because it is behind me, thinking about the present moment is important, as well as, what lies in my future. There are many Bible verses pertaining to living in the present, but there is one that resonates with me. In Ecclesiastes 5:18-20, it says, “18 After looking at the way things are on this earth, here’s what I’ve decided is the best way to live: Take care of yourself, have a good time, and make the most of whatever job you have for as long as God gives you life. And that’s about it. That’s the human lot.19 Yes, we should make the most of what God gives, both the bounty and the capacity to enjoy it, accepting what’s given and delighting in the work. It’s God’s gift!20 God deals out joy in the present, the now. It’s useless to brood over how long we might live. Present self = Present moment. Future self= See yourself now already achieving your DMP!

2. Law of Least Effort: Responsibility. “Having accepted things as they are, I will take Responsibility for my situation and for all those events I see as problems. I know that taking responsibility means not blaming anyone or anything for my situation (and this includes myself). I also know that every problem is an opportunity in disguise, and this alertness to opportunities allows me to take this moment and transform it into a greater benefit.” Asking the questions: What am I pretending not to know? and What would the person I intend to become do next? help to focus on overcoming fear, not giving up, and staying on course by continuing to accomplish goals! I have taken full responsibility for my situation as it is currently. I do not blame anyone. I feel I am in the MKMMA class for a reason as I feel there is a beginner meaning beyond my control as Our Creator is directing our movie of our life. I do not live in denial. Rather, I am accountable for my own actions and I know that with every decision comes great responsibility! I am a leader and want people to think well of me. Being responsible for me is leading by example and not making excuses!

3. Law of Least Effort: Defenselessness. “Today my awareness will remain established in Defenselessness. I will relinquish the need to defend my point of view. I will feel no need to convince or persuade others to accept my point of view. I will remain open to all points of view and not be rigidly attached to any one of view.” By staying with the 7 Day Mental Diet, I’ve been able to discard negativity. I think about what I say before I open my mouth. I tell myself do not judge a book by its cover or try to judge period because I do not understand fully what someone else is going through. And in many times, my situation is not as bad. So, I count my blessings! As I say, don’t fret let the universe work it out! I am a good listener and by not giving opinions I can hear what good points people have to say. It helps to soak things up like a sponge eh?! I find looking at life in a bigger picture helps to make things work out. Listening more, talking less, and sometimes ignoring comments and walking away helps as well!

The Progression: to be continued! 🙂

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Week 22a – Self-Reliance


In Emerson’s essay of Self-Reliance, he discusses the importance of individualism by thinking of oneself rather than accepting other people’s ideas.  Emerson stresses the importance in finding the individual experience over knowledge gained from books. He says, “To believe that what is true in your private heart is true for all men, – that is genius.” I can see a reason why we haven’t been giving opinions. He states that you’re not relying on others’ opinions because that lacks creativity. A lot of opinions are negative and have no substance.

Emerson wants us to learn to “trust thyself.” Relying on others’ judgements is cowardly, without inspiration or hope. On the other hand, self-esteem comes with having originality. He mentions an analogy between boys and the idealized individual: Both are masters of self-reliance because they apply their own standards to all they see, and because of their loyalties cannot be coerced.  In the MKMMA experience, we have learned the importance of self-discovery and self-reliance by constantly seeing positive successes of achievement all around us. When I read the Guy in the Glass, I feel more confident. Thus, when you feel more confident about yourself you can, in turn, help others more effectively.

Emerson mentions maturity is a process of staying confident in oneself and resisting pressures to conformity to external norms, like we see in our society. In essence, being true to oneself is more important, but going against ourselves is considered evil. This is because we are essentially cheating ourselves. Furthermore, this reminds me of Earl Nightingale’s The Strangest Secret, when the Nobel prize winning Dr. Albert Schweitzer asked, “Doctor, what is wrong with men today?” Answer: “Men simply do not think!” Rollo May, a Psychiatrist says: “Man’s Search for Himself.” “The opposite of courage in our society is not cowardice-it is conformity.”

He mentions the importance of acting independently. He says,”What I must do is all that concerns me, not what the people think…the great man is he who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude.” Withdrawing from people completely is not what he means; rather, sticking out from the crowd and being unique is.

Emerson states that having consistency is a problem because it restrains from independence and growth. He mentions that holding onto old beliefs or positions leads to less energy and ultimately conformity. As he points out, there are many great thinkers, like Jesus Christ who explored the unknown. This is what the Hero’s Journey is about. Being creative and constantly looking for ways to improve and facing our fears is important in our discovery in being human beings. Let the journey continue! 🙂


Week 22 – Silence is Golden!

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Silence is golden! What was the world like without  technology? Unfortunately, I think we live in world full of addictions. We are constantly bombarded by technology and media literally from every direction. The original intent for technology and media was to provide us with knowledge and has helped to revolutionize the way we function. I am not saying people should live like a caveman or cavewoman, but I am saying distancing ourselves from these vary things helps us realize why we are functioning. When you see someone on their phone driving or texting through rush hour traffic, there are so many red flags that go up in my mind because people are going 90 miles per hour not knowing their purpose. An example I like to use is a smartphone. Yes, smartphones are very effective communicating in the world we live in, like computers. However, if people (especially younger) continue to become glued to their phones when someone is communicating with them and possess a lack of communication skills, then don’t you think in a sense technology is creating robots? I do not know about everyone else, but I would much rather talk to a human being than a drone lol! I will not go through a self-check out line at a grocery store because I would rather speak to someone in person because they are getting paid to work! Plus, I value the fact that people are working! Going through a self-checkout line is voting for robots over workers!

I am looking forward in including the silence exercise this week! Personally, during the “sits” I am becoming more confident and more positive. I first think of the colors and shapes to help trigger my thoughts. I am a “white”, so being silent is not difficult for me. I feel at many times each day that I create my own happiness. I provide suggestions to people and on numerous occasions people will say, “that’s a good idea”, “where did you hear that or how did you know that?” Besides the fact that I live life with an open mind and like to learn, I listen to my gut. Especially, when driving lol!

As far as technology, there is a time limit I’m on social media, on cell phone, and looking at emails. It’s usually five minutes give or take at a time. By living in a noisy world, this negates the ability for especially younger people to fully understand their identities. When people say, “listen to your gut”, this is when the “spirit” speaks to you. It’s not fun to go through life alone. That’s why God created us to help and serve one another! Being silent, helps us as part of God’s creation to better understand why we were created through self-reflection. Thus, being silent helps us fulfill our purpose and desires! As it says in Exodus 14:14, “The Lord will fight for you, and you have only to be silent.” Answer: Silence is golden!

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Week 21- Hedgehog or a Fox?

Are you a hedgehog or a fox? A fox is a type of person that knows many things, but often times is trying to fulfill many hats at once. Multitasking. Oh, wow! I can do so many things at once and I’m accomplishing so much or am I? Today, we live in a world where multitasking is present. People driving and talking/texting on the phone, talking and walking at the same time, or filling up gas at the pump while talking on their phone. According to the Stanford study by Adam Gorlick, multitaskers are paying a price because it is negatively affecting the brain and not being fully aware of their surrounds creates potential hazards. Constantly being bombarded by electronic information and switching from one job to another short circuits the brain. Does receiving a text message while watching television, jumping from one website to the next, while trying to complete a task sound familiar? It’s impossible to process on more than one thing at a time. In a nutshell, the multitaskers are easily distracted, have more trouble remembering things, cannot filter out irrelevant information, and have trouble focusing on the tasks at hand and have a more difficult time keeping things separate in their minds.

I find that sometimes I am a Fox, especially when I was in college. This is due to looking at so many electronic things at once. For example, listening to the radio, watching television, talking on the cell phone and browsing on the computer. On the other hand, a hedgehog always wins. A hedgehog stays in overlap, meaning is deeply compassionate about something, is focused on what he or she can be good at doing, and there is something that drives their economic engine. In other words, a hedgehog is laser focused and continues on their passion or DMP. By the way, I find myself to be a hedgehog. Often times, If I try to multitask I feel more burned out and I cannot concentrate as well. I live more in silence and feel more at peace with myself. In regards to the Stanford study, it further proves why focusing on one thing is more effective. I have found that my focus is better focusing on one task and accomplishing it. Multitasking feels like you’re constantly restarting. I tell myself to stop and think. I like to finish what I start. In other words, if I’m a sales representative at a store, it does not make sense to help all five customers at once. Thus, by having a laser focus and not giving up on my DMP, I will continue to be a hedgehog. Even though I’m a hedgehog, I still have to mix combinations in to retain my focus! I’m finding it extremely important to sit, do and fulfill what I write down on the POA/service cards, and continue to mastermind!


Week 20 – The Wooden Effect


Coach John Wooden has to be my favorite coach of all-time. Since the NCAA Basketball Tournament is around the corner, I think it is good timing to mention Wooden. He has over an 80% coaching record and won 10 championships over a 12 year stretch. His demeanor and simple inspirational messages, including, the “Pyramid of Success” were ways to convey to his players successful life lessons in becoming better players and better men. In fact, many of his players went on to be very successful in their careers.

Wooden spend 14 years developing 25 behaviors that he believed very beneficial in achieving success with Industriousness and Enthusiasm being the cornerstones.


The Pyramid of Success consists of the following:

Industriousness-“Success travels in the company of very hard work. There is no trick, no easy way.” I have been doing all of the work and all of the exercises. By carefully planning to write down my actions or POA, I have expectations to meet. Doing the readings, sitting, and blogging are a few ways to prove I’ve been doing the work!

Friendship -“Strive to build a team filled with camaraderie and respect: comrades-in-arms.” I am making an effort to create friendships in the master keys experience. Also, by constantly improving myself I can help others build a better world!

Loyalty -“Be true to yourself. Be true to those you lead.” I am honest with myself. One way I do this, is reading the guy in the glass at night to make sure I did my very best each day. In other words, it is important to promise yourself and give yourself and good reality check at the end of each day!

Cooperation -“Have utmost concern for what’s right rather than who’s right.” This is where I’ve found being a good listener is important. Having less opinions is a must. One examples, is I’ve commented in the kindness section everyday since it has been assigned. I have found that I really do a lot of good things in a given day than I even though before!

Enthusiasm -“Your energy and enjoyment, drive and dedication will stimulate and greatly inspire others.” As the Bible states, being full of enthusiasm is being full of God! I’m doing better at this, but need more of this when I’m reading my daily requirements.

Self-control -“Control of your organization begins with control of yourself. Be disciplined.” Now, that good habits have been established I have become more self-directed in taking control of my life in a more positive manner than before!

Alertness -“Constantly be aware and observing. Always seek to improve yourself and the team.” Mixing in different combinations really helps negate boredom, which in turn I’m constantly getting better! Also, sharing in the alliances and helping to motivate the people in my mastermind groups achieve their goals is very important to me. By being a good observer, I have learned how to help people more as well as myself. Give more, get more!

Initiative – “Make a decision! Failure to act is often the biggest failure of all.” When goals are written down, they are already in the works. Saying affirmations really helps to stay motivated. The affirmation, “Do it now” has helped to prevent procrastination.

Intentness – “Stay the course. When thwarted try again; harder, smarter. Persevere relentlessly.” The service cards and the POA cards are helping to stay on track to accomplish my DMP! Faith and persistence!

Condition – “Ability may get you to the top, but character keeps you there-mental, moral, and physical.” By becoming more balanced and keeping things in moderation, has helped me become more successful. For example, reading the Bible, getting plenty of sleep, eating right, exercising, and constantly learning are ways I am learning and growing!

Skill – “What a leader learns after you’ve learned it all counts most of all.” I have become skilled at being easily motivated and discard negativity. I am still trying to master the “sit.”

Team Spirit – “The star of the team is the team. ‘We’ supercedes ‘me’.” Blogging and masterminding is important. Sharing experiences and helping to inspire others is what it is about. I’ve learned in life that it is not fun to live life alone. No one became successful in life without someone else helping them or masterminding! It’s about keeping each other accountable! 🙂

Poise – “Be yourself. Don’t be thrown off by events whether good or bad.” At times, I wasn’t as poised as I am now. It is mentioned in Scroll IV that we are Nature’s greatest miracle and in Scroll II Mandino says to love myself. I welcome obstacles and challenges!

Confidence – “The strongest steel is well-founded self-belief. It is earned, not given.” I have gained more confidence. Fear will always be around, but I’m learning to diffuse it! By understanding myself from within, I have better understood the world without. Being around family and friends helps to restore and sustain confidence. The MKE is about finishing what you start. If you think of a race, there is no point to start one if you’re not going to finish. Just keep going to you cross the finish line! As Nike says, Just Do It!

Competitive Greatness – “Perform at your best when your best is required. Your best is required each day.” I’m competing with myself and the masterminding, which has been great. Most of the time, it’s little nuggets of new information or must-needed words of encouragement! It’s about learning and growing!

Additionally, it’s important to have ambition, adaptability, resourcefulness, fight, faith, patience, integrity, reliability, honesty, and sincerity.

One of my favorite quotes: “Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best you are capable of becoming.” – Coach John Wooden

Week 19 – Keys to Happiness and More Success!

Shawn Achor’s video is wort mentioning. Unfortunately, we live in a society that encourages being average and many statistics indicate this. Normal is merely average. Psychologist have proved that if we study what is considered “average” we will remain average. We’re taught in business, economics, psychology, and statistics courses how to eliminate the outliers. On the other hand, taking an in-depth look at the outliers and analyzing this population is the key. Why? Asking ourselves this question helps us to understand what makes individuals unique. Intellectual ability, athletic ability, music ability, creativity ability, energy levels, resiliency in the face of challenge and humor. By effectively analyzing the outliers, we can move the averages up. More importantly, we can find better ways to improve our schools and businesses. Unfortunately, our media throws so much garbage and negativity at us. We hear about murder, corruption, diseases, and natural disasters and so much negativity that it becomes a form of normalcy for us. In fact, we are being attracted to negative junk and being addicted to being negative.

Achor says if we change the lens and change our mindset, we can change our happiness and every education and business outcome simultaneously. He says, “The absence of disease is not help.” Working harder does not make people happier. Being happier in the present means people experience what’s called a happiness advantage. “When your brain is positive, people perform 31% better than negative, neutral, or under stress.” This means if we apply the happiness advantage it means better secure jobs, better keeping jobs, superior productivity, more resilient, less burnout, less turnover, and greater sales. The awesome science indicates that when you are happy dopamine makes you happier and it turns on all the learning centers in the brain!

For about a month, I actually have been re-wiring my brain. How cool right!? This positive change includes:

1. 3 Gratitudes..In other words, write down 3 things that you’re thankful for each day!

2. Journaling – writing down 1 positive thing I do each day!

3. Exercise – That can be movement, stretching, yoga too!

4. Meditation – Sitting 15 to 30 minutes daily focusing on my desire. Focusing on what I want, like on career, helping others, and health. It has been proven that the Creator speaks to you when you sit..that gut feeling! This helps focus on the task at hand and overcomes cultural ADHD.

5. Random Acts of Kindness.Witnessing and or doing 2 things a day is great. For example, allow people to go ahead of you while driving, giving people a hug, smiling, or witnessing someone else buy a candy bar for their cool child!

Watch out! Do this for 21 days straight and you’ll notice you’re more positive, able think clearer, have better memory, and able to perform more effectively! Remember, think positive and be happy!