Doing a search and this quote from Andrew Carnegie was on the page: “The man who acquires the ability to take full possession of his own mind may take possession of anything else to which he is justly entitled.”
Talk about tying into the exercises and Master Key System Parts 1 and 2.
I had previously put triple check marks next to number 28 in MKS part 2. The first 21 words stayed with me. The words are, “But we shall find that there is a vast difference between simply thinking, and directing our thought consciously, systematically and constructively…”
I’m learning that directing one’s thoughts is the ultimate control. To actually exercise at inhibiting all thought is powerful. Challenging? Yes. Rewarding. Absolutely.

 

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4 thoughts on “Week 2 MKMMA 21 Words

  1. “Anything to which he is justified” really powerful statement. I love reading other student’s thoughts; it expands my understanding of what I am learning. This is truly a mastermind that benefits each of us!

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