Gaining clarity on your intention for each life role will help you live an even more happy, flourishing and prosperous life because it assists in aligning your personal values with your intentional actions – and it’s your intentional actions that matter… more than what you think, and more than what you feel.
Intentional actions matter (or as my Dad said “If you want to get stuff done… do stuff!)
The 7th inescapable truth in the Intentionomics Blueprint of 9 Inescapable Truths For A Prosperous Life is to Build Intentional Trust Relationships.
When you define your intention for each life role (Inescapable Truth #3) you gain a wonderful sense of clarity and gratitude for your personal and business relationships.
You start be asking yourself, “What’s my intention for……….”
And you simply complete the statement starting with the person’s name (or the category of a group). So it might look like this…
- My intention for Liz is…
- My intention for Matthew is…
- My intention for my family is…
- My intention for my clients is…
- My intention for myself is… (don’t forget one of your life roles is to look after you!)
- My intention for my on-line community is…
And you complete the sentences (statements of intention) by asking yourself, what do you intend, wish, hope, want for the person or person’s you’re writing out your statement of intention.
That brings me to the topic of this post – My intention for my on-line community.
My intention for the various on-line communities I’m a member of (which of course includes you and all our Intentionomics readers) is to help the community members discover ways to practically implement intentional actions that will lead to them living even more happy, flourishing and prosperous lives.
In fact, Liz and I have the lofty goal of wanting to positively impact the lives of 1,000,000 people over the next decade with Intentionomics.
So I was a bit chuffed today learning that we’re on our way, and it’s our on-line communities that are helping us to move toward achieving that goal.
I received notification from LinkedIn today that I’ve got one of the top 5% most viewed LinkedIn profiles for 2012.
This may seem a bit self-indulgent to be sharing this, however, I truly am grateful for the opportunity to spread the Intentionomics message – clearly it’s what I’m supposed to be doing.
Gaining clarity about your own intentions for each life role will help you be more confident that you’re doing what you’re supposed to be doing – aligning your personal values with intentional action.
And while I hope the reminder in this post on the importance of being clear about your intention for each life role is a timely one for you, I also hope and ask that you spread the word of Intentionomics and help Liz and I help others to live even more happy, flourishing and prosperous lives.