146 Mark Gungor Review Day 2
Every time I take the Myers-Briggs personality test, I come out something different. Most lately, I am INFJ. Reading up on INFJ, this rings true. I bring this up because I intuited right off which motivational categories my husband and I fit into yesterday, without us having to purchase keys for $10 and take the tests Mark Gungor was selling.
Mark Gungor admits his system is a little like "Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus,"by John Gray. But Gungor's system has four "planets:" Control, Fun, Perfect and Peace.
Upon review, Mark Gungor's "Flag Page" life motivation system more closely resembles the classical system of four humors: Choleric, Sanguine, Phlegmatic and Melancholic.
Any system will work to help us understand and appreciate diversity of motivation, though. My husband and I benefited from the seminar. It brought us closer and I recommend the seminar.
Take your spouse and go see Mark Gungor. Just be aware that he does try to sell you books, DVDs and T shirts. We successfully resisted these sales pitches, and we did get a lot out of the time we spent at a "Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage" seminar. Here is my review of Day 1.
I gained 1.8 pounds yesterday, but I was trying to. I was under my goal weight, and my new size 8 clothes were all too loose on me. I weigh 146 now, and that is just right. I walked up and down the lobby for 15 minutes during the break at the seminar. I also did 10 minutes straight on the Lifestyler stair step exercise machine. That is the longest I have been able to go, and I only had to stop because I got too hot!
We went out to dinner last night, on you Nancy. Thank you! Here is what I ate yesterday, trying to gain and succeeding:
Small green apple with peanut butter and bittersweet chocolate chips
Chocolate muffin and half a mini bag of peanut M&Ms bought in the lobby during seminar break
Chili dip for lunch
Buffet dinner at Longhorn Steakhouse:
BBQ pork rib, BBQ beef rib, BBQ sausage, bunch of au gratin potatoes, bunch of herbed squash and green beans, dinner roll with meatballs and tomato sauce over it, 2 corn bread muffins with honey and a small piece of custard filled white cake
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