Week 22+23+24 (Keep Going!!)

I have nothing profound to say. It’s the end of the MKMMA course and this will be my last blog post. All that matters NOW is what I do with everything I’ve learned. Because, as we all know by now, knowledge doesn’t apply itself. If it did, you and I would be much further in our lives than our current station.

Am I right?

Tell the truth now.

If life was just a matter of reading something once, or twice, we’d all have credit scores of 850, married to the man/woman of our dreams, and each morning we’d been totally enthusiastic about going to work each day.

But that’s not how life work, is it?

No. That’s not how any of this works.

If you want to get really good at something you have to keep doing it. You have to be be prepared to FAIL more times than you succeed and you’ll need to become comfortable with the squeeze.

There is no other way.

The MKMMA course WAS great. Now what are you going to do with all that you’ve learned?

With that being said, my fellow Master Keyers, I leave you with this quote from a woman after my own heart:

 “If you hear the dogs, keep going. If you see the torches in the woods, keep going. If there’s shouting after you, keep going. Don’t ever stop. Keep going. If you want a taste of freedom, keep going.”

~Harriet Tubman

I wish you well.

Latasha Maria Dale






Instead of constantly revising my DMP, I decided that after my guide returned it to me, I would make the necessary changes and then put the action behind seeing it manifest. Then, right before MKMMA came to an end, I would have one final look at it .

And with the exception of a few tweaks, can’t say that much has changed. 🙂

My PPN’s are helping others and legacy.

By January 1st, 2019, I work in group homes, community centers, and local schools teaching a program I founded called RISE AND THRIVE to young ladies between the ages of 9-25. The program incorporates yoga, meditation techniques, and the fundamentals of food and human nutrition. It is a program developed specifically for at-risk teens and single mothers.

In January of 2019, I am also volunteering 3 hours every Monday at local clinics throughout the Philadelphia area teaching massage techniques to young single mothers who have shown an interest in eliminating corporal punishment from their lives and have an earnest desire to create a sense of closeness with their children.
As of April 2016, I have begun attending workshops, seminars, classes, and retreats all over the world so that I can consistently, and successfully, meet the needs of my girls by staying up-to-date with the latest research on things like trauma, PTSD, neglect, and abuse. My purpose in continuing education is to be able to provide young ladies with the tools necessary to break free from the past and to help them reclaim ownership of their lives and bodies. I also use these opportunities to pick the brains of individuals smarter than myself, who are also committed and dedicated to helping people recover from years of trauma, neglect, and child abuse.

I wake up in the morning insanely enthusiastic about the work I’m doing because I know the difference that I am making in the lives of these young women and their families.

By June 15th, 2016, I make excellent use of my time by making sure that 85% of each week is penciled into my daily schedule/planner. My life is structured, organized, and orderly. Keeping a daily planner in which MY goals are written and highlighted also helps me to maintain clear boundaries with people I work with, my friends, and family members.

I do yoga three days a week, run three days a week, and walk Lake Galena when the weather permits, until my muscles are toned and leaned.
I am feeling amazingly confident and deeply rooted in myself. I take extreme pride in my achievements.

I am living a life of purpose and giving the next generation of my family something to look up to.

I always keep my promises.