Master Key Experience – Too much for me!


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Master Key Experience


I attended week 4 of the MKE. The webinar was a little less than 2 hours long. Which is an improvement over the first 3 weeks. Each of the first 3 weeks went for 2 hours and maybe a bit more.


Let me start off by saying that I really believe that this stuff can and will work for whoever is willing to put in the work. Of course, to be able to do the work, you have to have some idea of what’s going on in the webinar. I’ve given it a decent shot. Unfortunately, I feel hopelessly lost and I think that I’ve fallen so far behind that I’m not sure that I could catch up.


I would recommend that everyone who comes across the course should give it a try. Just know that there will be so much new knowledge, coming at you, that it will be tough to keep up. I would suggest that one should be ready to take notes. They give you a workbook for you to study and prepare for the class. Well, I would say that it’s more like notes of what’s going to be covered. For me, reading someone else’s notes from a lecture that you haven’t heard yet isn’t much help.


I would say that you should have those notes in front of you, but add to them. Whatever you think is important should be added.


Okay, I admit it, it’s been a long time since I’ve sat in a classroom. However, I was a really good student. I won’t bore you with the particulars. Maybe someone younger than me would have an easier time. I will say that whether you’re 23 or 63, you’re going to have to take that drink off of the fire hose!


Today was the day that they really started to talk about how much all of this will cost. It reminded me of being in church. When the church wants money they talk all about Paul and how he didn’t have a job, except to spread the Gospel an how he relied on the donations of others to feed himself. Then they pass the plate. It was kind of like that in the beginning of the webinar.


They talked about being a good giver and a good receiver. I don’t think that they were talking about money or at least not exclusively. I don’t think that it was a coincidence. This is the first week to make a payment. It was my understanding that the participants would decide how much to pay for the course, per month.


I got this week’s survey and at the bottom was all the information about paying for the course. It sure looked like they decided how much we should pay for the course. They started out by saying that we could choose whether to continue the “pay it forward” aspect of this or they would be selling it for either $1,499.00, $1,999.00 or $2,999.00. Below that was what we would be paying. Yes, we got to decide how much to pay. We got to pick from their 4 suggested rates. They debated themselves about how much a latte costs and then clarified what they meant was that it was 4 lattes per week and not the 2 lattes that had been talked about originally.


My suggestion to Mark J is to just to say that it costs whatever it is that he wants to get paid for running the class and let it go at that. This whole pay it forward scholarship is crap. Saying that the participants decide how much to pay is crap, too.


If I remember correctly, the 4 choices were for what to pay was somewhere between $80.00 and $95.00. Even at the top amount, it would be less than $25.00 per week. That should be affordable for most people. I’m sure that there will be those who might find it difficult to come up with an extra $100.00 per month for a self-discovery class.


When I look back at the “selling it” prices of $1,500.00 to $3,000.00 I have to laugh. Is that anything other than manipulation? Paying $80.00 per month is a steal compared to buying it for $3,000.00, right?


Like I said in the beginning of the article, I believe that this is a course that is well worth the money. I think that it will work for anyone who will do the work.


I also think that anyone who takes this course needs to be very much prepared for a ton of information coming a mile a minute! The worst part of it is that they won’t tell you everything that’s going on in the course. They say that they’ll “tie it all together” in the near future.


For me, I don’t think this isn’t the right time in my life for this kind of commitment. I have way too much going on to try to find 10 hours or more per week for this. Like I said, I believe in this and would like to do it, but I have 2 newborn grandchildren that we’re having to help take care of and 1 grandchild on the way in 9 weeks. I’d like to take this course when my life settles down a bit.


I’d like to thank Mark J, The Fabulous Davene and my guide for the opportunity!


If you’re prepared for it, I think that this course could be life altering!



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