That’s What This Program Really Is—A Miracle
Once again, I am at a loss for words on how to describe the incredible effect this program has had on me and how it continues to affect every little detail of my life in such a positive way. Just yesterday, when I was visiting the staff at Narconon, I was expressing some of the most incredible wins I’ve had at work. Day one after I completed the program and graduated, I was a little bit like a “fish out of water” fitting back into the swing of things in my professional life. I had several large projects already set in place immediately following my graduation from the program. Just to give a brief rundown of things, about 13 years ago, I founded a successful full-service exterior residential and commercial mobile cleaning company.
Shortly before I started the Narconon program, I was forced to sever ties with all of my past employees. I realized that they did not live up to the ethical standards I expect from employees. However, now, realizing I was up against a wall requiring the efforts of two men over a two-day period of time, I had one key objective. The job must be done, and it must be done in time. I was allotted two full days to complete the task. On day 1, I arrived at the job site at 7 o’clock in the morning. The job was to soft-wash six two-story homes with balconies and pressure wash twelve driveways. As if by magic... I finished everything by 6 o’clock that night. The work that was going to need two days of time for two men I completed in eleven hours.
“Being in present time is worth more than any physical object the universe can give you.”
To make a long story short, I arrived with the purpose of getting things done and delivering the final product with stellar service. I did, however, have a slight advantage over 90% of the competition with the most up-to-date highest quality equipment. These are the details on how that was possible. Being in present time is worth more than any physical object the universe can give you. Staying in present time with an objective in mind is the key thing. After sweating all the toxins out of my body over a 27-day program and then going into objective exercises allowed a number of things to be addressed.
For one, I was able to completely eliminate the resentment of prior losses. I was able to have more things that I couldn’t see myself owning before. Control is a huge factor that I got out of these objectives, control is a good thing! The correct amount of control with intention helps get things done. Another thing was communication. Allowing the residents of this community to communicate to me their concerns and listen without reservation or the need to make excuses or isolate any objections. I was able to handle any and all communication swiftly, allowing me to get back to work.
When I did the next part of the Narconon program, which was handling past miss deeds and writing, understanding how I could improve my conditions in life I began to see things for what they were and take responsibility. I used to have problems with my equipment breaking all the time, these things just don’t happen anymore. My equipment throughout the whole day worked flawlessly, almost as if there was some magic fairy keeping everything in tune for me while I was working. The day happened as if it was a miracle. That’s what this program really is. Narconon Suncoast, along with my participation in the program, allowed me to create a miracle. I can honestly tell you since I have been a graduate from the Narconon program on the last day of May 2022, I have never felt as productive as I am now. Thankfully my wife is very specific on tracking statistics and production. The stats don’t lie. I really encourage anyone reading this to get someone through the Narconon program should they have any issues with substance abuse or struggling with staying sober. The whole idea is to handle it so you can free up all of your units of attention and energy to focus and produce. One-third of your life is work. Continuing to improve my productivity has really helped me continue on my path of recovery.
J.R., Narconon Suncoast Graduate