MKS: Traits of Your Championship

Eleven Traits of a MKE Championship Mindset

[1]: In the Master Key Experience I was told to be a champion I needed to have and apply certain traits.
  1. Determination – firmness of purpose.  I had to make a decision then push and see that decision through; refusing to see any sort of stop or barrier.
  • Endurance/Persistence – I had to keep going… until (I get to my goal).  Approximately 80% of sales are made after the fourth or fifth attempt!
  • Dedication – I had to have complete devotion to a task at hand.  My passion would help drive my dedication.
  • Vision – I had to see where I was headed, see the path out in front before I walked it.  I had to see what was coming.
  • Goals – simple.  Champions have clearly defined goals and continue to put effort into achieving them.
  • Preparation – I had to plan my work; work my plan!  More than just a plan in my mind, a clear definition of strategies and tactics to get to your goals were required.
  • Adaptability – I had to have the overall ability to move and change to respond to any circumstance.  I had to achieve the unexpected!
  • Focus/Alertness – My thoughts were to lead to my actions.  I had to have the uncanny ability to create results from my thoughts. My focus had to turn to instant action.
  • Timing/Punctuality – I had to be on time.  Professional athletes, successful businesspeople, champions – they do not just show up, they show up early ready to perform!
  1. Confidence – I had to gain it through knowledge and the other traits on this list.  It will transform me, the way you carry myself and the way I think.
  1. Honesty/Integrity – I had to produce balance in all areas of my life.  It comes from having no fear. I should not have to bend your integrity to fit different situations.

A Champion’s Story

I remember a story from the days of my youth.  In 1949, a young fifteen-year-old sophomore student from Plainfield High School in New Jersey decided to become the greatest athlete in the world. It was a pretty ambitious objective – an idea that most fifteen-year-olds would not even dream about.

Milt Campbell proved to the world he was no ordinary fifteen-year-old.

You see Milt had been studying the life of the man whose picture was on the back of the Wheaties box, Bob Mathias. Bob had won the gold medal in the decathlon competition at the Olympic Games in London, England in 1948.

Mathis’ success inspired Campbell, who began to train his mind and body to do what Bob Mathias had done.

Milt started to visualize himself standing on the top step, having the gold hung around his neck in Helsinki at the Olympic Games in 1952.

He worked hard and trained hard. Milt gave the best he had, and just as he predicted, off he went to Helsinki. He had earned the right to be one of the athletes to represent his country in the decathlon.

Unfortunately for Milt, Mathias was not satisfied with the gold he had from the London games.

Bob Mathias wanted another gold medal and he got it. Campbell had to settle for silver, but he did not quit. Standing on the second step, Milt Campbell laid claim to the gold that would be handed out four years later in 1956 at the Olympic Games in Melbourne, Australia.

Because he would not quit, Milt Campbell earned the gold – he realized the dream he carried in his mind for eight years.

I asked Milt what lesson he learned from his experience. He said he had many opportunities to quit. It was tough. With every worthwhile goal, it is the same – a door will always open to let you out gracefully.

You must close that door and keep focused. Do not ever quit.

Milt Campbell did not, and he became the first African American to win the gold medal in the decathlon of the Summer Olympic Games. Milt has since died, but his sense of determination to achieve what he desired continues to inspire me to this day. By Bob Proctor.

  Win YOUR Gold Metal

[2]: In the Master Key Experience I was told to be a champion I needed to know and understand the Pyramid of Success.

The Master Key Experience taught me about the powerful Championship building blocks of John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success. They are:
Industriousness:  There is no substitute for work. Worthwhile results come from hard work and careful planning.
Loyalty:  To yourself and to all those depending upon you. Keep your self-respect.
 Alertness: Be observing constantly. Stay open-minded. Be eager to learn and improve.
 Initiative: Cultivate the ability to make decisions and think alone. Do not be afraid of failure but learn from it.
Enthusiasm: Brushes off upon those with whom you come in contact. You must truly enjoy what you are doing.
Self-Control: Practice self-discipline and keep emotions under control. Good judgment and common sense are essential.
Friendship: Comes from mutual esteem, respect, and devotion. Like marriage, it must not be taken for granted but requires joint effort.
Cooperation: With all levels of your co-workers. Listen if you want to be heard. Be interested in finding the best way, not in having your own way.
Intentness: Set a realistic goal. Concentrate on its achievement by resisting all temptations and being determined and persistent.
Confidence: Respect without fear. May come from being prepared and keeping all things in proper perspective.
Skill: A knowledge of and the ability to properly and quickly execute the fundamentals. Be prepared and cover every little detail.
 Team-Spirit: A genuine consideration for others. An eagerness to sacrifice personal interests of glory for the welfare of all.
Poise: Just being yourself. Being at ease in any situation. Never fighting yourself.
Condition: Mental-Moral-Physical. Rest, exercise, and diet must be considered. Moderation must be practiced. Dissipation must be eliminated.
Competitive Greatness: Be at your best when your best is needed. Enjoyment of a difficult challenge.
[3]: In the Master Key Experience I was told to be a champion I needed to know and apply my mind mechanism

Charles Haanel-Master Key System  pointed out to me that if you ask any electrician what the effect of electricity will be, and he will reply that “Electricity is a form of motion. Its effect will depend upon the mechanism to which it is attached.”

This tells me “Thought, is Mind in motion. It as wind is air in motion. Its effects depend entirely on the “mechanism” to which it is attached.

Charles Haanel tells me my every thought sets my brain cells in action.

At first the substance upon which my thought is directed fails to respond. But if my thought is sufficiently refined and concentrated, the Universal substance will yield and manifest what I desire.

POWER OF ATTENTION/CONCENTRATION

Master Key System told me the power of attention can be more readily understood by comparing it with a magnifying glass in which the rays of sunlight are focused.

If I keep the glass perfectly still and let the sun rays be focused on one spot for any length of time, the effect will become immediately apparent.

Focus my power of thought through attention or concentration on any single purpose for any length of time and it will manifest what I desire.  Nothing is impossible for me when my attention or concentration are focused on a single purpose.

I created our VISION BOARD!

We matched shapes to our smart goals in our DMP and placed them on our VISION BOARD.

By linking the colors and shapes to my DMP and my PPNs made this even more real!

Now when I see certain colors and certain shapes, I think my DMP and my PPNs!

This is so awesome. I am forging a belief and a new Blueprint that influences my subconscious mind and my future decisions.

Every day, I without any effort I follow the MKE exercises and do the work.

I read the Master Key Experience exercises [GS, DMP, MKE, BPB, Service Card, Power of Giving and Receiving card, everything to forge this new Blue Print and make it my new reality and my new way of life].

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Up to now I have been complacent. Not really knowing what I really want to do or be.

“That a man can change himself, improve himself, re-create himself his environment, and master his own destiny is the conclusion of every who is wide-awake of the power of right thought in constructive action. – Larsen

I was asking myself, “What’s the issue with me visualizing and growing my business?” 

“What was causing my subconscious not to produce the results I demanded from it?”

To make my visizulation exercises easy I used my Business Celebration video.

I would close my eyes to visualize my dream life.

Using my Business Celebration video, I started seeing myself reaching my Major Definite Purpose [DMP] and PPNs. There it was, in front of me as I closed my eyes.  I could see it and begin to make out the details and see my new reality.  [Rocky Music of Free Enterprise Day {KISSINGER DIAMOND CELEBRATION} AT BWW

MKE is an incredible program to build champions.  Over the years I have been taught to do the Mind Methods separately. Not in the consolidated way the MKE System presents and teaches them. 

I took in Unity Church was the Millionaires in the Bible by C Ponder.  It was never explained there was a system. Only techniques were taught. 

I understood only a single activity is what changes my subconscious.  The Master Key System made it clear that multiple methods are required. They must be combined in daily reputation. That is the only my subconscious mind changes and I get what I desire manifests. 

[4]: Conclusion: In the MKE I learned more about me

  1. Discover my true purpose in life  
  2. Found the power to trust in myself and in my dreams
  3. Learn why written goals do not work and what I can do about it
  4. Received hands-on support for putting my plans into actions and
  5. Use the power of my subconscious mind to reach my goals and live my dreams

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2 thoughts on “MKS: Traits of Your Championship

  1. What an inspiring story from Bob Proctor about Milt Campbell! This line from it deeply resonated with me: “With every worthwhile goal, it is the same – a door will always open to let you out gracefully. You must close that door and keep focused. Do not ever quit.” Great point also that it’s the multiple methods of MKE combined with daily repetition that helps us to manifest our desires! 🙂

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