In the Sydney Sunday Herald this weekend just gone by, Liz and I found ourselves smiling at one of those scientifically validated statements of the bleeding obvious … wait for it … it seems that science proves that a person’s success has an awful lot more to do with what a person does rather than what they possess.
Two of the inescapable truths for a prosperous life in the Intentionomics® Blueprint are to control your inner voice (Inescapable Truth #4) and to pursue intentional aspirational goals (Inescapable Truth #6). Unfortunately ‘practicality’ has been hijacked by some misguided self-help proponents pushing incomplete messages or aspects of the Law of Attraction.
Sure it makes sense that you ought to be clear about what you want in life (and not just the things money can buy, but the things money can’t buy as well). But just wanting it won’t make it materialise – that’s delusional!
While setting inspirational aspirational goals is a great start, pursuing those goals with intentional action is what will increase your chances of successful goal achievement.
Intentionomics® is about the impact of your intentions on living a happy, flourishing and prosperous life. The Intentionomics® Blueprint of 9 Inescapable Truths for a Prosperous Life is a practical guide that will hold you accountable for setting the foundations of helping you to identify who you need to be, the intentional actions you will need to do, to help you life a more happy, flourishing and prosperous personal and work life.
From as far back as the philosophy of Aristotle to current day philosophers and spiritual leaders like the Dalai Lama and academic scholars and thought leaders in positive psychology and the new science of ‘well being’, the inescapable truths for a prosperous life outlined in Intentionomics® Blueprint are validated again and again – that’s why I refer to them as inescapable truths.
Let me know what you think.
The key however in moving from knowing and understanding each of the 9 Inescapable Truths for a prosperous Life is your intentional actions – and that’s a scientific fact … go figure!