If you’ve ever driven a manual gear vehicle, you start in first gear and work your way through the gears as you gain speed.
It takes but a few seconds to go from first to second and the Master Key Experience seems like that.
When I learned how to drive a stick shift, it was a daunting task trying to remember using the clutch, shifting a gear, and giving enough gas.
I grinded the gears plenty, stalled a few times, and even drove into a ditch when the combination of maneuvers overwhelmed me.
At the start of the second week training, I sort of felt that way with the new tasks being added while remembering I still had to be doing everything taught in the first week.
By the end of the training, I calmed and felt this will not be that bad.
I realized this is all a process. I will grind the gears a few times (my guide says my Definite Major Purpose (DMP) needs refinement). I’ve even forgotten a few lesson items.
As an adult, when has someone been willing to work hand-in-hand with you for six months to guide you to a better you?
I didn’t perfect driving a stick in one day, but I’m good at it now.
So, I’ll take it on past experiences and faith I will do fine if I stick to the process.