Both songs together!

We’re thrilled to spotlight Rachel Bishop as a Mindset Mastery HONORS Graduate!

Rachel actually graduated some time ago, but it’s fun to remember the cool experiences she shared. As always, we have a few questions of our applicants. Here are Rachel’s responses:

Q. What was your Mindset Mastery Phase 1 experiment (the inconsequential goal)?

I had the goal to hear two songs on the radio within the following week. I made the goal on Thursday. The next day I went to work and we were told to leave early because we had volunteers coming in to do some appreciation gifts for the staff.

I was getting ready to leave and saw some papers that needed my attention. I worked on them and then finally headed home.

When I got into my vehicle one of the songs I wanted was playing, then the next song was the second song I wanted. I got both songs together!

Seriously, what are the odds. That is such a fun goal! It’s always exciting to see results with even the simplest ideas.

Q.  Did you face a Terror Barrier during the course?

Yes. It was hard because it would have been easier to just go back to my comfort zone but once I broke the terror barrier … everything made a little more sense.

Q. What was your goal or intention for the Phase 2 experiment?

I was able to find a few foods that I can eat without pain, and have been able to wear shoes that help me feel great when I exercise!

Q. Evaluate and describe the outcome of your experience of facing a fear from assignment/lesson 18. 

I was able to use what I have learned to understand that sometimes our fears or things that get in the way are there for us to learn from. We need to look at some of these things as a way for us to grow and learn from.

Q. What would you tell someone who is facing their fear right now?

You can do it. Press forward and follow the laws and pray.

Congratulations, Rachel! Keep up the great work!!

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Leslie Householder
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