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You May Not Be Where You Need To Be… February 23, 2012

This is what I’m thankful for today. I was just explaining my story of how I got “here” the other day and I was reminded of what it took to get “here”. You know what the biggest determining factor was? My thoughts. Which translated into a change of actions. Dianna Kokoszka, the President of MAPS Coaching says that programming = thoughts = feelings = actions = results and then it starts back all over again. And, I 100% believe this.

I was programmed originally to believe that I should be a wife and mother with few aspirations outside of that. The second that I allowed my thoughts to change, my feelings about my life changed which put me into motion to change it… which I did. I’m so grateful that I moved out to SoCal and am blessed to say that this is home. I no longer have what Dianna references as “limiting beliefs”. I honestly believe that God wouldn’t put it in my head if it weren’t possible. So, all those crazy big dreams can be a reality if I want.

Anything worth having is worth working hard for and I am more than happy to work toward my Big Why every single day. What’s my Big Why? Influencing Change. Sounds simple but I have big ideas on how I’m going to do it. In this new position as Assistant Team Leader for Keller Williams Rancho Cucamonga, I get to influence change daily and it is a form of instant gratification that I literally get so energized by.

This week, be grateful that you are where you are and not where you used to be.

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3 Responses to “You May Not Be Where You Need To Be…”

  1. I enjoyed your post. It fits my experience, and I would guess many others. You said it with refreshingly clear and simple honesty…a good thing. I am visiting here because I got a notice that you are following my blog…and hopefully enjoying it. I am new at this blog thing, am mainly a songwriter/musician/recording engineer. So nice to have someone interested in what I have to say. Thank you! I tried to Like your post, but the little box to fill in info to do that stays outside the edge of the screen. Might want to notify WordPress about that, I dont know how to do that. Like I said, Newbie. But that’s better than where I used to be, which was a Lost Newbie. Now I’m kinda a Wandering Newbie. Take care, God bless.

    • mkrchnak Says:

      Thanks, John! I was blessed to find the teachings of Jim Rohn which transformed my life. I look forward to keeping up with you and your work! Have a wonderful day and a fantastic weekend!

  2. ps- I figured out about the problem with the Like thing. If I am logged into WordPress, it just happens with no prob. Maybe this’ll help other Wandering Newbs.


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