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People commonly put aside their differences to rally for a common cause. That happens in the case of emergencies and times when everyone’s well being is threatened. It also happens for major sporting events.
And teamwork also happens to create common dreams.
One of my fun activities is working in the media. I have been on stage, back stage, on screen and behind the scenes. I find making stories real a fun activity filled with many learning experiences. I love to learn about everything!
Last week I had the privilege of making a movie in 48 hours, from start to finish, with a group of new friends. This my third time being part of the team of women, some professional and some amateurs, who just know all aspects of movie making.
And yes, you read that right. Each year, here in Idaho, we enter the I 48 movie contest which means on Friday at 6 PM we get a sealed envelope telling us the character’s name and occupation, a line of dialogue and we get to choose from among 3 props which to use.
We have 48 hours to write, film, edit, put in all the special effects and music and hand in a movie that runs 3 ½ -6 ½ minutes.
Sound impossible? It would be if you didn’t have cooperation among all team members – cooperation and putting aside egos.
I love doing this project, not just because I want to learn how to write movie scripts (I write in many genres but not movies or plays) but also because I love being part of a team that I don’t have to run! I just get to so whatever they ask me to do.
So I have operated the boom (mike), been assistant director and this year I got to be on screen.
Something so amazing happens when you join others who share your passion. Any task that comes up, any unexpected need that appears – someone just does it. While the key players (lead actress, director, camera and sound crew, and editors) are specified (as people volunteer to do what they are good at doing) everybody else pretty much offers to do whatever is needed throughout the production.
One of the most astounding times for me is Friday night when we sit around the table (this year there were fifteen of us) and come up with a story line so the writers can take that detail and write the script.
Can you imagine fifteen people working together with such a time crunch – honoring every person and every idea that comes up?
You see, today’s new world is about cooperation not competition. Look around. The businesses going under, the huge corporations—all run on greed and competition. They are all about crushing the competition. And the new businesses are all about joining forces knowing there is enough business for everyone to have their share.
We consistently produce award-winning movies because that is how we work – together with a common goal of doing our best as a team. That teamwork often leads to awards. This year we won Best Picture in the professional category!
Makes for lots of smiling faces and happy people.
You will do everything and anything it take to realize any goal with a PMQ of 100. Anything! You will become unstoppable. Regardless of the size or number of obstacles that appear on your path, you will absolutely achieve every goal with a PMQ of 100.
Well, what if your goal has a PMQ of 99? You may achieve it but then you may not. The difference between 99 and 100 is a doubt or fear. It takes but a fleeting moment of hesitation to let an obstacle stop your forward movement. Once the momentum stops it takes everything you’ve got to get going again.
A PMQ of 99 may not feed you what you need to go over, under, around or through that obstacle. Like a derailed train-your trip will end right there and then.
So how do you determine your PMQ? When you think about your goal, notice how you feel. Do you get excited? Does adrenaline shoot through your body? Can you feel emotions of sheer joy-even tearful joy? Does your heart sing?
When your goal has a PMQ at 100 you feel it in your body-quite literally. Oh, by the way, to be at 100 PMQ, that goal must be something for you personally. Yes, your achieving it may allow you to provide something every special for someone or something else. But the goal itself must be something you do for you, something that will change you somehow.
Every goal at PMQ 100 moves you, as a person, to a higher place and to a higher frequency.
Life is who you become.
When you determine what you want your life to look like, and you know the details that make your world look that way, nothing can stop you if-and this is a big if-your goals meet your Personal Meaning Quotient (PMQ) at 100.
What is your PMQ? Think about some of the goals you have achieved in your life. Then think about some goals you failed to achieve-even though you have been working on them for a long time-maybe even years.
Why did you achieve those goals you first thought about? Why did you fail to achieve the second group?
Think about those you did achieve. Did anyone have to prod you? Did anyone threaten you if you did not make them work? Did anything outside of you cause you to realize those goals? Did you even write them down? Did you do affirmations to make them work?
Take a minute to determine the difference, in how you lived your life that allowed you to succeed sometimes but not other times.
Your result always, without fail, depends on whether or not your goals have a PMQ of 100. If attaining a goal means the world to you, if living the life that achieving that goal brings means everything to you and you cannot be happy unless you achieve it-then that goal has a PMQ of 100.