Benevolent Outcomes Tom T. Moore
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This column presents stories received from people all over the world about how they use the simple, yet powerful most benevolent outcome tool in more ways than I ever imagined! If you wish to see your life dramatically improve, start requesting most benevolent outcomes (MBOs). You simply say, "I request a most benevolent outcome for________, thank you!"
MBO for High School reunion
I'll begin this month with a story of my own. This past weekend we picked up an Enterprise rental car in Plano, Texas to drive to North Little Rock, Arkansas for my high school reunion. First I requested an MBO to have a good car because cars I have rented from them in the past had at least 25,000 miles; and second, that it would be available when I arrived because last time we had to wait thirty minutes. They had several to choose from when we arrived, and I chose a Chevy Impala with only 14,000 miles!
I requested MBOs for the drive. State troopers were all writing tickets for someone else, both going and returning. I also requested an MBO for light traffic, and we had easy driving both ways.
I requested MBOs for the reunion and it was a great weekend, reconnecting with people I had not seen since high school. I also donated two books for a silent auction to raise money for landscaping at the school, and they went for more than the retail price to a classmate who is into angels.
My brother lives in North Little Rock. When we left the reunion hotel, I requested an MBO for the drive to his house. We arrived and noticed the left rear tire was deflating. Before long it was flat from a nail in the tire. The MBO response was that my brother used his air compressor to pump it up for the drive to Firestone. We dropped it off and returned after lunch. We had to pay $20 to fix the tire; when I returned the car, I requested another MBO, and Enterprise deducted the expense from my bill. All in all, a perfect weekend!
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