7-PT GUIDE: The Science & Strategy of Intention SettingJun 07, 2022
Setting intentions, no matter what they may be, can truly transform your life. In this 7-part guide not only will you find you have direction, but you will also feel empowered and driven towards acting on your intentions. Setting intentions isn’t always as easy as one may think, and it’s important to set intentions that will lead you to a better version of yourself and a better life.
Write Down Your Intentions
You’ve heard it time and time again, but people who write down their goals are 40% more likely to achieve them. So even if you already have intentions in mind, set aside a moment and jot them down on paper. Once you can physically see the intentions written down, ask yourself which ones are in support of a better you. These are the intentions you ultimately want to pursue with the most priority.
If there aren’t already some intentions on your list which work on self-improvement, add some. Think of perhaps a quality you want to change about yourself or even a mistake you may want to correct.
For example, if you routinely jump to conclusions in social settings, maybe this is something you want to stop doing. Either way, think of at least one specific self-improvement goal and make sure it’s on your list. You’ll be surprised how even a small self-goal can really change you for the better.
Pick Intentions Which Are For You
When writing down your intentions, people often write down goals that involve people other than themselves. Of course, there is nothing wrong with this, but it’s necessary to remember that you only have the power to act intentionally in your own life, not in the lives of others.
It’s better that, even if your intentions do involve others, you make sure when you write them down, you write them in your scope of effect. That way these goals or intentions will be achievable even if other people don’t quite cooperate.
Also, when you are writing intentions, they are for your use only. This means you don’t have to write them in any fancy handwriting, or in language that others can understand. Write them in a way you will understand (and be able to reference back to them) because that is the only person who needs to be able to read them and you’re more likely to set intentions for your life when you write them in a way which is specific for you.
Know Which Intentions Better Your Life
It’s recommended that you write down your goals on a daily basis whenever possible. This is because it keeps the intentions you wish to complete fresh on your mind. When you do this, it is likely you will have some goals which are daily or weekly tasks. Having these goals on your list is fine, but it’s critical to also have long-term goals which can ultimately lead you on a better path.
If you’re having trouble thinking of some long-term goals, think about your business. Are you happy where you are? Are you in your dream career? Are you making the amount of money you desire? How is your living situation? Is it ideal?
It’s highly likely that at least one answer to these questions will be something you want to change. Include the changed answer in your daily list of goals or intentions and use this list to make small intentional moves towards your big goal each day.
Overall, it can be difficult when setting intentions to ensure you are setting the right intentions for yourself. So, when you engage in writing down your intentions, take a minute to think, add, and subtract from your list as you consider which intentions will help you specifically on your path to a better you, and ultimately, a better life.
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