You might have the intention to either step into the day with purpose or to live a life that is intentional but… Great phrases and deep down that’s exactly what we have in mind for our lives. I bet, there is no one who intentionally plans to have a bad life. No one intentionally wakesContinue reading “The Direction of Your Life is Determined by Your Thoughts”
Time is neutral. Time can be your friend or enemy and it all depends on how you view and make use of it. Make time your friend by prioritising what is important, creating margins in your day and improving your performance speed.
What can you do to reduce or eliminate the rushing around and hurried life? I think there are 3 guidelines that we can follow, and they are:
1. Create margins in your day and in your life.
2. Focus on the important and impactful.
3. Walk and Not Run
Intentions only are not enough to give you the outcome that you want. The gap between intention and outcome lies in the execution. Be clear and simple with your intentions. What and how you execute on your intention will determine the outcome. Take your time to prepare how you would execute your intention. Take time to listen to the response. Be intentional and you will be able to minimise the gap between intentions and outcomes.
To enable you to experience the journey, you will need to shift your mindset in 3 ways. The 3 mindsets shifts are:
1. Journey is about consumption, creation and connection.
2. You don’t need to be a “rocket scientist” to get things done.
3. Bring people along the journey.