John Wooden is famous for saying “50% is practice, the other half is work”, when responding to questions about the success of his basketball teams. Wooden is, arguably, the best college basketball coach of all time, and someone we study a lot in the Master Key Experience.
It comes down to a thing called “grit”: the ability to follow through on advancing toward your goals even when the tangible results aren’t necessarily visible. Olympic athletes use “grit” all the time; they practice the same routines all day long… in empty arenas.
They know that, once competition starts, there’s no time to think about what they need to do. They just do it. They’ve trained their bodies. They’ve trained their minds. They let their subconscious take over and they execute.
That’s exactly what we learn in the Master Key Experience; how to train our minds to manifest what we want. Our “grit” comes in the form of rewriting old belief systems that don’t serve our true, emerging self. We learn from the old belief systems and install a new one.
That means calming our mind for 15 minutes every day. That means reciting our Definite Major Purpose with en-THOO-siasm!! That means not listening to an outdated belief system that would tell us none of these things are necessary.
We also take action toward having our true self emerge. We know that money doesn’t just fall from the sky. Our subconscious is our “Aladdin’s Lamp” and will bring us the needed resources, however.
We exercise “grit’, whether we “feel like it” or not, knowing that our true self is on the other side.
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