My monologue for this first Master Key Coaching Teleseminar was in two parts. The first part dealt with introducing myself and going over how these calls will be run; in the second part, I described the five main things one should get from reading and studying The Master Key System.
During these calls, you can expect a few things.
- I tend to stay away from what I call “trite tropes,” those superficial sayings that are common in personal development but upon closer examination really mean nothing. You’ll get the real deal with me. I won’t cut corners nor will I rely on the common notions that have been “sold” to you far too much.
- These calls will not be spiritually based. What I deliver will generally be practical and based on my observations and experiences. I won’t wax on idea that cannot be proven.
- There will be plenty of times where you will disagree with me. That’s fine! That’s why there’s a “Questions & Answer” portion of the call as well as the comments section on this blog. Let’s talk!
- These calls will be rated “PG-13.” We’re all adults. We’ve all heard the “dirty words.” Every so often, no other word will fit. I’m not saying this will be a cuss-fest, but don’t be shocked if you should hear an expletive now and then.
Why these calls now?
Since I’ve been publishing The Master Key System and the Complete Master Key Course, I’ve received (and answered!) literally thousands of calls and emails about Haanel‘s philosophy of success. From speaking with so many people, I noticed that the vast majority completely miss the point of The Master Key System, thus they’re not getting results.
Most of the observations I make on these calls come from the work I’ve done with my Master Key Coaching clients.
What Should You Be Learning As You Study the Master Key System?
Since 2000, when I began publishing The Master Key System, I’ve observed how other people, coaches, and publishers advertise or talk about the book. The most common description is that it is the “handbook about the Law of Attraction.”
From my years of study and coaching, I’ve found five main things you should learn from this philosophy. As you now read and study the book, keep these points in mind — you’ll see the book from a totally different perspective and you’ll reap great rewards from it.
- You will learn how to focus.
To be able to focus is the ability to dedicate your mind (your thoughts) to one problem (or goal) for an extended period of time. By mastering this skill, you’ll far outreach most people, who flitter from one thing to the other without result.
- You will learn how to achieve mental clarity.
Instead of a brain and thoughts beset with “noise,” you’ll see things clearly — rationally. You will rid yourself of the “shibboleths” of your mind.
- You will se the things in the world for what they are rather than what they appear to be.
Instead of seeing symbols and perceptions, you will see things truly — objectively.
- You will learn the greatest skill of all: how to THINK.
- You will learn that the Master Key System is really about solving problems.
The Master Key System is not a “magic” book. Merely by reading it will you attain anything. You must put this philosophy into action. You must use it!
If you’re looking to learn how to “manifest,” you will not get that here. Fortunately (or unfortunately), there are plenty of “teachers” that teach that. If you want to learn how to really attain and achieve, then stay here. You’ll be glad that you did!
The Questions & Answers
The questions posed during this teleseminar were:
What is the number one book on my list of the only ten books you need to read to succeed?
Was The Master Key System a part of the New Thought movement?
What do I get from doing these teleseminars? Am I an altruist?
A caller expands on the beginnings of and the main movers in the New Thought movement.
What did I mean by “mental clarity”?
How can one overcome paralyzing fear?
Why don’t they teach this stuff in school/college?
Please note: I made one major error during this call. I forgot to disable the new attendee tone. Thus, whilst you’re listening, you will occasionally hear a tone. I apologise for that.
Update: I know on the call I said that I planned to split the audio into two parts: the monologue and the question and answer session. Obviously, I didn’t. When I listened to it here, it just didn’t “work.” So, I made it as one convenient, downloadable file. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think.