Category Archives for "Master Key Experience"

MKE 2019 Kick-Off

promised rainbow

This Sunday begins the 2019-2020 session of the Master Key Experience. Hundreds of excited people from around the world will begin their own Hero’s Journey. Each one will have a personal coach (called guide) who will facilitate the self-discovery process.For six months, the students will apply themselves to simple exercises to explore the amazing creature […]

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What is the Master Key Experience?

The #MasterKeyExperience occurs once a year. Previous students loved the course so much, that they provided scholarships for future classes. This instituted a Pay-It-Forward scholarship (BTW, didn’t you love that movie?). This course changed the trajectory of my life forever and I’m grateful every day. Check it out. Nothing for sale, all done w/ scholarships. Enjoy! What exactly […]

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Guest Blogger

From Joan Campbell Need To Implement A New Habit? Habit definition, an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary When I started using a cell phone for texting, I did the “hunt and peck” method to write a text.  Being a typist for many years that idea of “hunt and peck” […]

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What Is Communication? Someone has defined communication as transmitting the pictures in one person’s head to another person, The dictionary defines it as: noun the act or process of communicating; fact of being communicated. the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs. something imparted, interchanged, or transmitted. a document […]

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Sticks and Stones

There is an old saying that we teach to children that goes something like “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names can never hurt me.”  Some people revise it (or maybe this is the original) “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” But that’s only partly true […]

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Being a non-judgmental Observer


Have you noticed that judgment comes easily? It is difficult for me to be non-judgmental. The reflex is to judge an action as good, bad, stupid, wise or whatever. Even worse (see, there goes judgment again) is the tendency to label people the same way. It is entirely possible that this only afflicts me, but […]

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Things to Consider

Brain with lobes

Here are some things to think deeply about What to say when you talk to yourself. Can words really hurt you? Who do you want to be? What do you want to do? What do you want to have? What is your legacy? Maslov’s Hierarchy Abraham Maslow  was a psychologist who proposed that humans had […]

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Greatest Salesman Month 10

In Scroll 10, Og Mandino poses a prayer for guidance and makes the statement that the prayer is always answered. He uses the analogy that a son asks his father for bread and it is not provided, that would be the answer of “No”    We might think that there are three answers to a […]

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What is Self-Directed Thinking?

Thoughts in the brain

Non-Conformist We are told in the Bible to “not be conformed to this world.” The goal of the Master Keys is to produce a massive influx of self-directed thinkers. So the opposite of conforming would be self-directed?   The dictionary defines “conform” and “conforming” as: verb (used without object) to act in accordance or harmony; […]

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Describe the Master Key Experience?

shouting blueprint

Some people refer to this as a course. Some people describe it as self-development. Fundamentally, it is an experience. It is a deeply personal experience and no two people have exactly the same experience. The experience depends on what you bring to it. I’ll try to use the dictionary to make this clear. Course as […]

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