Inconsequential Goals to Big Miracles

Meet Lindy Kerby.

As she described her experience in the Mindset Mastery program, she wrote:

This is the second time in Mindset Mastery for me. This time is in the Guided version, and I’ve been loving it. I’m really starting to catch on to the principles, and learning how to use the laws and trust and depend on them.

And now, we’re thrilled to be introducing Lindy as one of our newest Mindset Mastery HONORS Graduates!

As always, we have a few questions of our graduation applicants. Here are Lindy’s responses:

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

I had two experiences with setting inconsequential goals (one with self-paced, and one with guided MM)

The first, I had lost some money that had been given to me from several neighbors and people in my neighborhood after my son’s death. It was about $400, and I couldn’t find it anywhere.

I visualized finding it, and felt the feeling of relief I knew I’d feel when I found it again. I wanted to find it right away, but after reading other people’s experiences, I realized I wasn’t “letting go” and going about normal life the way they were. I decided to let go, knowing it was bound to show up sooner or later.

I found it a few hours later doing my bills and realized I had deposited the money into my Savings Account (which I hardly ever look at) instead of my checking. I was so glad to find it!

My second inconsequential goal was wanting to find a beautiful yellow rose. Someone had given me a long stem white rose, and I thought it would be fun to see one that was yellow. I actually saw two of them that week. One was on my neighbor’s bush outside her house, but then I saw another one when I went to visit my son’s grave on his birthday.

What a miracle and blessing when I saw the beautiful bouquet that had been left for him with a beautiful yellow rose in it.

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

As I mentioned before, I’ve definitely dealt with some Terror Barriers, especially when it comes to money, but my mindset has changed, and I can see that there is always enough and to spare, and the more I believe that, the more I can see that.

I’m also SO grateful I started sharing The BE/DO Concept and some of the other things I’ve learned, because it DOES help people, and I’ve been holding it in for too long. It was time to share!

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

I’ve known it was the next step, but for some reason, it was just scary to think about asking people to be a part of the group. I felt stuck, and ended up putting the course aside for a time, especially while I was still dealing with the death of my son.

A few weeks later, my friend Bethany through this group invited me to be a part of her Guided Mindset Mastery class. While the course had been so helpful in helping me deal with the death of my son, I was excited to take the course again and really focus on getting past my fears in sharing the concept and starting that group.

Though I had already gotten my “inconsequential goal” with the flower, I chose to try and finish my goal of getting a group together (at least 12 people is what I visualized) and getting started teaching the course. Though I had no idea who I should ask, I began getting promptings of people I could invite. Someone would call that I hadn’t talked to in a while, and I invited them as well. By the end of the second week, I had 13 in the group. It was a miracle!

For my second Bite-sized goal, I felt a lot more confident in the tools I was being taught and decided to visualize getting an invitation to be paid to speak. I have always imagined I would speak and share the concepts that I’ve learned, so it felt natural that this would be a good first step. After a few weeks though of consciously trying to visualize, I decided it just didn’t feel right, and felt the need to change my goal.

I’m also a singer and songwriter. I’ve been putting off sharing my music and recordings because of a lack in my equipment. Ever since my divorce, I’ve felt like I needed to save money and not spend it, especially on something that was more for just my “fun hobby”. I began thinking more about that goal though, and that one felt more right to me, though it didn’t seem like something that would earn me any money.

Last week, I did the crazy thing, and spent the money to upgrade my computer, keyboard and software equipment. It was only after I was getting everything that I realized I could use this equipment in my speeches … a first step I needed to take BEFORE I tried to get a paid speaking event.

Lindy, you are wise to recognize your progress in even the small steps. Because it is through those small steps that we make our way to the big accomplishments we are striving for.

It all begins with mindset. Believing in your success is what opens doors that would otherwise remain closed. We look forward to hearing about your happy updates in the future.

Congratulations, Lindy! Keep up the great work!!

Learn more about Lindy through her personal website for her Music, Mentoring and Speaking. You can also visit her music business website at: where she helps people write songs to help them deal with negative emotions and experiences.


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