MKMMA – Week 6

Like a dog on a bone…..

We spend so much time trying to figure out how something works, how it was put together or assembled, that was lose sight of how it came into existence.  Much like a dog when he’s given a new bone, our mind will keep chewing away at whatever it is we want to figure out, until we either give up or are exhausted from trying.

Let’s see, there have been Rubik’s Cubes, Puzzles, Chinese Checkers, and today one of the big dog bones to chew on is Candy Crush.  It may appear to be a fine way to entertain yourself, but a lot of people have lost control over it to the point users are spending about $650,000 a day to keep their games going.

You see there are two types of people here; those spending money and those making money; there are those thinking of the games, and those playing the games.

Was it easy for the developers of Candy Crush to put their puzzle together?  Did they make money to start with?  Did they expect to make the kind of money they are making each day?


What they did do was put their minds to work creating something they wanted, they stayed focused on their goal, and they didn’t quit.

Do you want to spend the rest of your life working like a dog, thinking about how to solve the puzzles in life, or would it be easier to spend your dog bone chewing time instead thinking and visualizing on what you want?

The journey continues, you can follow along right here.





Doug Karnuth

Master Key System

Master Mind Alliance Charter Member

~ Dreams Come True When You Follow Your Heart

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4 Responses to MKMMA – Week 6

  1. Valeska Harraud says:

    Love it that you give a tangible ‘in the now’ example of the power of focused, concentrated thought! Thanks so much!

  2. Rosemarie Matley says:

    Great post Doug. Did the Candy Crush folks participate in a mastermind alliance? Enjoy the journey

  3. Ed Bouffard says:

    Hey Doug! You hit the proverbial nail on the head! Without focus, you achieve nothing. With focus, nothing is impossible!

  4. Deb Waldron says:

    Thanks Doug! I choose visualizing my OWN bone … its the only way. 🙂

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