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The Journey of Self-Mastery

Posted By: Randy GageApril 29, 2019

For most things, the higher you aspire in them, the more difficult they become.  Or at least it sure seems that way.  But I do believe you reach a tipping point, where once you have achieved a certain level of mastery, the process becomes progressively easier.  Self-mastery is such a case.

You set your intention and begin the journey.  You seek guides and mentors; people who have done what you want to achieve.  You practice humility to learn, becoming the best student you can be.  When you have done sufficient work, you reach that level of accelerated growth.  Each level becomes more satisfying and you seem to conquer more levels easier.  You start to become fluent in your craft.

The only catch is you never get to the end, a state where you have achieved total mastery.  But that isn’t the goal anyway.  The goal is the journey itself.

- RG

4 comments on “The Journey of Self-Mastery”

  1. The journey is essential for discovering the inner hero. It made me what I'm right know, it sharpened my skills

    After 3 years in Direct Selling, my actual mantra is:
    Everything that happens to me, good or bad is helping me in the path of prosperity

    I'm just curious, are you grateful for your journey so far?

    1. Love this. Wait for my podcast tomorrow and hear how grateful I am for the unique journey I have had. -RG

      1. Randy, I'm up to date with your blog and the prosperity podcast.
        You alsl had a role in my transformation.
        Thank you!

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  • 4 comments on “The Journey of Self-Mastery”

    1. The journey is essential for discovering the inner hero. It made me what I'm right know, it sharpened my skills

      After 3 years in Direct Selling, my actual mantra is:
      Everything that happens to me, good or bad is helping me in the path of prosperity

      I'm just curious, are you grateful for your journey so far?

      1. Love this. Wait for my podcast tomorrow and hear how grateful I am for the unique journey I have had. -RG

        1. Randy, I'm up to date with your blog and the prosperity podcast.
          You alsl had a role in my transformation.
          Thank you!

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