Do You Deliberately Establish Your Intentions?

Do You Deliberately Establish Your Intentions?

Set Your Intentions Deliberately

 

 

So we’re into the first half of a new month, approaching a new season, and nearly into the last quarter of 2018… already!  I thought I would repeat a timely post regarding setting or establishing our direction intentionally, not just with a “whatever will be will be” attitude. It also fits well with this being Women with Intention Wednesday, which I blogged about on my other blog (check it out HERE).

 

 

 

 

The older I get, the more I discover I need to be structured and deliberate in my actions. It’s challenging dealing with the “here for” issue.  You know, you walk into a room and suddenly can’t remember what you came in here for!

If you don’t know what I mean, then you are blessed and don’t suffer from brain fog! 

 

So I have to make lists, use color-coded notecards, use the “S Note” feature on my cell phone or set reminders with notifications, and/or hang sticky notes, all to make sure I don’t forget important things. Some of the details on these lists and within notes are the things I intend to do each day in a structured or scheduled order; seeing them written down helps me set the direction or plan for the day, as I can reflect on them or refer back to them.

 

 

 

 

So here’s your mid-week inspiration, #13 from Karl Moore’s 18 Rules of Happiness.

Rule #13 – Set Direction with Intention

 

Decide on where you’re going and how it’ll be for you – and it’ll happen.

 

Set your intention first. Make it clear that you’re going to have a great time, you’ll meet some fantastic people, and that it’s going to be wonderful.

 

Set your general intention every morning and every night, too. The brighter and more positive, the better.

 

Set your sunny intention – and you will be happy.”

— Karl Moore

 

 

Whether you think you can or you can’t,

you’re right.”

– Henry Ford

 

 

 

 

My Reflections

 

While I certainly know things happen to derail our good intentions and direction for a day, since we really have no control over unforeseen circumstances, I think the overall concept here is good. I definitely feel happier when I have a plan and get things done on any given day.

 

I also like Henry Ford’s simple quote: “Whether you think you can or you can’t, you’re right.”  Simple, yet powerful!

 

 

 

So what are YOUR thoughts?

 

How do you feel about setting your intentions deliberately?

 

Have you experienced the truth of setting your direction for the day (week, month, year) intentionally and seeing good results?

 

 

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “Do You Deliberately Establish Your Intentions?

  1. ‘Direction is so much more important than speed.” I agree! It might take a tad longer to get there but so far as you’re on the right track, all’s well that ends well.

  2. This is nice. My mind has been acting weird lately and I am thinking that it’s because of my nerve medication. But if ever there’s a need for me to be mindful, it’s how I treat others, especially the kids. Thanks for the reminder.

  3. I do like a plan, I feel more in control if I make the effort to plan my work day and housework etc. I do think it makes me do more otherwise I procrastinate.

  4. This is such a positive and inspiring post. I always make sure to express gratitude before stepping out of my bed. I shall put the rest of the tips to use too. Thanks for sharing! x

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