Theresa Newell is a retired school psychologist. She has spent the last three years developing internet marketing skills. She has several websites in the health and fitness niche and one helping others site [healthylifechurchministry.org ]. They are: diabetes2andyou.com, living withdiabetes tips.com, newellfitnesswatch.com and newelldiabeteswatch.com/blog. She also has several sites in the make money on line niche. They include newellenterprises.net which is an umbrella site for several online money making opportunities. Other sites are smallbusinesswebhosting.org and billionaires bayou.net.
Theresa enjoys developing websites and helping others build their online business. She continues to develop and enhance her internet marketing skills.
I have undergone and experienced many changes and much growth since I began my MKMMA journey in 2013. I retired from my position of school psychologist in 1999 having worked 25+ years in the field. My husband passed in 2001 and my son in July 2014. His passing was more manageable because of my faith and the new MKMMA habits that were beginning to guide my life.
My strong desire for more and more of MKMMA has motivated these repeated journeys. I continue to experience epiphanies and sudden clarity and understanding of concepts I thought I ‘had in the bag’. My latest eye-opening experience was a real and clear understanding of adding emotion and using word pictures in my DMP. As I revised my DMP on 10/11/2015, I discovered that using visual language [details] and emotion words seemed to automatically increase the enthusiasm of my reading.
My PPN’s changed from True Health and Autonomy , True Health and Helping Others  to True Health and Liberty . Back in 2013 Davene and Mark encouraged us to use the dictionary. It took me until now  to do this. However subby had my back and I finally listened to that little voice. Once I understood Liberty I realized it encompassed all that I want. Wow!!!
Two of my 2013 DMP targets and two of my 2014 have been attained. I have the new car, had hip replacement surgery and am pain free. I have now upped the ante. I can see where I want to go and know that I will get there. I have also realized the importance of words as well as thoughts. I now consciously screen my comments, even to myself. Finally I am beginning to internalize those things I understand cognitively—thoughts control actions. My experiences these past two years have reinforced my awareness of the importance of avoiding negative thoughts and expressing gratitude and kindness.