I am a life long learner. I just am always interested in something new, and sometimes to my detriment. It takes me longer to complete things at times because of it. I have 26 Udemy courses, of which I still have 22 to complete. I purchased several wonderful programs which I did complete watching, including speakers like Mel Robbins, Brendon Burchard, Anik Singal.
The one I have also taken my time on, but have been at it for over 10 years now are my handwriting courses.
In a previous post I did note how I had started reading about this interesting science when I was 9 years old. My mother had two books on it and it fascinated me. I still have those books. Then in 2008 I found Handwriting University. Excited about learning more, I signed up for the 101 course.
Then the 301 course, which took me three years to complete and I got Certified as a Handwriting Analyst and Grapho-Therapist in Chicago in 2012. (I told you, it takes me some time, and also was awaiting the opportunity to meet Bart Baggett!)
That went on to me signing up for the 501 course. (I believe I signed up before I had even completed 301 – it was the initial launch and had a purple cover). In 2013 the course was revamped, and I received the new, much larger package.
In between that, I took the PRISM Life Design course offered by Bart Baggett. I actually went through the course twice, have all my material together, but have yet to submit it. That was in 2016 I believe? I took that course twice. It really was a life changer for me personally. But completion is necessary. In due time.
My focus today is to become one of the few 501 Mastery Level Handwriting Experts in the world. At 11:36 p.m. last night, February 3rd, 2020, I did complete almost all the written part of my course. Just a few pages of review, and it is complete. But there is that “get it done” going over and over in my head, because of the open ended PRISM.
It is one thing to commit to something, it is another to complete something to it’s final stage. Although I do procrastinate, I do know that when it is time, the right time, it will be done. A good way to live life? Definitely not always, but not uncommon, so I won’t beat myself up. Something else I learned through the PRISM Program – remove toxic vocabulary!