I did what I said I would do!

One thing we started during the MKMMA class was to begin reading “The Greatest Salesman in the World” by Og Mandino. And read it “As Prescribed”. The book has a section of 10 short chapters each called a scroll, each scroll is supposed to be read 3 times daily for one month. 10 months in all. I made it.

My final read was July 31st. It just so happened that I was in Florida that day, so the following morning I was on the beach early, and read all 10 scrolls, out loud, while walking the shoreline. It was a wonderful conclusion to a project that has yielded much mental clarity for me. You really have to experience this book as the author intended to understand how I felt.

The Fabulous Davene and her sidekick the Big J. have put together a wonderful class and fantastic group of people to help us poor souls looking for guidance. I have many entries about them in my gratitude journal and expect there will be more as the years fly by.

Me is not the me that started this journey.

And if you don’t want to make the committment to go through the MKMMA, at least by Mark’s book “Standing Tall”. You won’t regret it.

I did what I said I would do, and I am grateful that I did!



1 thought on “I did what I said I would do!

  1. dbernstrom

    A great treat to read this Rex, I must say, I read Og every day but more than once, I missed the after lunch read. I have a live web cam I watch before my morning sit at 5am as I watch the sun come up over Melbourne Beach… I always say souls of the feet on the beach are good for the soul, great job. Our new site is herosbridge.com Glad to know you Rex, Dave



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