What is a DMP? The acronym, DMP, means your Definite Major Purpose. A DMP is also known as Dharma, which means to be living a life with purpose, on purpose and of purpose.
Last week, you may remember the topic was Pay It Forward. I was so enamored by the fact that I could be part of such an incredible opportunity, yet pay nothing to be included in the Master Key Mastermind Alliance. If you haven’t read my week 1 post, I urge you to check it out now.
Back to the concept of a DMP. In week 1 I knocked out a rough draft of my definite major purpose and I will continue to build upon it for the first four weeks of this mastermind alliance. Why would we devote four weeks on developing my very own definite major purpose? Consider your DMP to be your chief aim in life, coupled with your personal pivotal needs (PPN) and this statement becomes the fuel to create and manifest effortlessly through the master keys. Let me explain.
The reason you should develop your own DMP before embarking on any task, goal or dream, is because when you start to come up against opposition, challenges, self-doubt or negative self-talk, the emotion and passion behind your DMP and the benefits for achieving your DMP will override anything and I mean anything that attempts to take you out of the game or pull you away from your goals and dreams. No DMP is like constructing a building without having a blueprint to build it. Everyone requires a DMP and a system for creating and manifesting it into your life.
Now this may be sounding all “airy fairy” to you at this point, but allow me to share a real life experience with you that possibly you can relate to in your own experiences.
Nearly five years ago when I was a burned out and exhausted real estate broker, I decided to launch my home-based business. Being elated at the fact that I could generate residual income rather than traditional income and be able to do this from any geographic location in the world using the Internet was pretty darn exciting for me. At first I achieved some pretty amazing milestones operating on what we like to coin, “ignorance on fire”. As I came up on road blocks, challenges, people not buying into my dream, self-doubt and so on, apathy started to set in and before I knew it, I was out of the game. What? I gave up on my dream?
Looking back if I had developed my DMP and had the tools that I am learning and putting into practice now each week back then, I would have easily eliminated all the negative road blocks that stopped me in my tracks.
So here’s the bottom line. Imagine that your four week investment of time could be worth eliminating all fear, all doubt and all procrastination from your life by developing your DMP that is in alignment with your purpose. Here we go!