Refining DMP Again! Week 3 – Master Key

Refining DMP again! Yup, more detail, more feeling and more clarity. I need to adjust and be CLEAR, SPECIFIC, and PRECISE when I apply my S.M.A.R.T. goals to my DMP this week. S – is for specific, M – is measurable, A – for achievable, R – for realistic and T – for timed goals. All of these guide lines were going to make it harder or easier. I didn’t know at the time they shared them with the group on week 3 live webinar.

I know this week I am feeling over whelmed and a little concerned. Wondering if I am ever going to connect my SMART goals with my PPNs refining my DMP using the MKE. WHAT??? All these abbreviation are even stressing me out!

Emotional or emotions? I needed to apply and create a clear, specific and precise picture for subby. I loved these words that Mark shared. “We must see that words out of which this temple will eventually be created are exact, that they are put together carefully, because accuracy is building words and sentences is the highest for of architecture in civilization and is a passport to success”.

The 3 Rs:

Risk to Ratio thinking is how most of make decisions. What is the risk? Verses the reward potential? Compared to the ratio? Those are the questions we ask our self. I learned that the limbic system, or part of the brain that evaluates the reward potential of judgement calls. What exactly does that mean? It means or proves the internal blueprint’s made from our past experiences. Governed by my internal blue print, my subconscious creates a routine or habit. Which is why we need to work from within. Creating or refining new behaviors or new habits!

Firstly, part of changing habits are changing up routines. Adding another chore to our index cards this week is to help guide that new behavior. In addition, to the already reading and chores and disciplines adding more to my plate felt like an awful lot more pressure. In other words, I am getting to that uncomfortable stage of change or refining . New routines were imploding fear deep down. How do I know this? For instance, my body became chilled and full of aching pain resisting the letting go!

Identifying that my mind as well as my physical body was detoxing or trying to change is a big part of my realization this week. Similarly, another gal on the call identified this as one of the issues that came up for her as well. I didn’t feel so alone on this journey any more after hearing that. I really needed to hear others share their DMP journey and stories this week. Being relate-able to others allowed me accept and dig deeper to connect to my true purpose.

Times are changing:

In conclusion, I had a lot of wow moments. After that, and later in the week I came to a place in my heart finally where I could connect with source energy and be open enough to be guided in the direction that I truly knew I was going to be able to live a life of purpose, on purpose for a purpose!

Thank you MKE, Mark and the fabulous Davene and many MKE leaders for helping guide me through this week and refining my DMP………….xoxo!

Brenda Brown

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5 thoughts on “Refining DMP Again! Week 3 – Master Key

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  2. Dear Brenda,

    The cement of a little Buddha is being eroded. The old blueprint.
    It’s normal to feel overwhelmed. It means that the process is working. Thank you for sharing your experience. It’s so true!

    • That all sounds like good news! I guess we are all conditioned to stay where it is comfortable instead of pushing outside of the box into the unknown. Thanks for the encouragement Sylvie!

  3. Hi Brenda,

    Thank you for your lovely post. I send you my best thoughts for this process of detox. You are doing the right routines and I’m sure the sensations will become lighter and you will feel that you let go!

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