The power of intention
pleasantly surprises me on a daily basis. I believe it’s important to state your intentions every day. Write them down, tell an accountability partner, put it in a F.U.E.L. book—do whatever you need to do to clearly state your intentions.
The majority of the world wakes up every day and stumbles through their day. Things just happen to and around them. What if you had an opportunity to choose what happened for you during the day each and every day?
Intentions help you play bigger. They will help you create and intend more every day. Once the little things happen, you still start to say, “Huh, what can I create today?” It allows you to create what you want instead of the Universe randomly handing you things throughout the day. When you make your intentions, you can be as vague or as a specific as you want. I might say, for instance, that I want to get 123 Elm Street under contract today. That’s a very specific request. Or my intention may be to pick up a new client today. That client could come from anywhere. People set goals all the time, but the words “I intend” or “my intention is” are much more powerful than “my goal is.” Intention is movement and action to make it happen.
By creating a list of intentions everyday you will stop sabotaging you own life and start thinking big and attracting more abundance in your life.
Download My Free What Would Faith Do? Daily Intention Worksheet and watch the gifts start showing up in your life.