Think last winter I begin feeling that I needed to change some things in the way I was living and using my time. I begin by putting some personal items in storage, others items were donated to Deseret Industry(a Goodwill like business). Other items I gave to family members if I thought they could use it. After reading the first three heirloom manuscripts, I’ve donated more stuff that I had put into storage feeling that I really don’t need it anymore.
At this same time I that been working in the bakery manufacturing for 27 years, so I put in for pension retirement inquiry, to see if I meet the requirements for retirement from bakery that I am working for. At the time, I was thinking that I had 1-2 more years, but I now know that I can retire.
Coming from a physically based job that doesn’t allow integration; I had for the last year or two been thinking of how help my people on the Navajo reservation become more responsible over their own lives and look more positively at their future on the reservation. At the same time I know I needed something more, but I didn’t know what.
This May I also signed up with Stansberry & Associates, a private investment information company, to learn more about all areas of investing. Something that I use to think was gambling. The knowledge that I’ve been learning has helped me learn more about what is happening in our economy, and about the different styles of management of different companies. Investment has become one of my mini-days.
In the middle of all this, I get a letter from “The Neothink Society”. Normally, I would read the page head title and I would read a sentence or two before throwing the letter in the garbage. But read all 10 pages,then set it aside. Over the next three days I read it 2-3 more times before deciding to send it in by Friday’s death-line. I knew that I was responsible for my own life; Neo-think is a paradigm changing way of looking at my future and the future of this country. I love all the positive energy that Neo-think heirloom manuscripts delivers.
I have been re-looking at my life using “whatever details or responsibility falls in front of you, master it!” as a focus point. I have been a member of LDS church most of my life, I’ve realized that I have not integrated it into my life like I had when I was serving my LDS mission. I now have a LDS mini-day, so I stop coasting in this area of my life.
I am now also adding a study of the U.S. Constitution; not only for TVP. But The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints teaches that this country is a promise land of God.
In the past I always thought that trying do all I needed and wanted to do was too much. Now with my new knowledge of mini-days and power-thinking, I now know that what I thought not possible is now possible. So I am beginning to be more comfortable with myself.
Thanks for the new knowledge.