May 11, 2020
Do you ever feel like you're living on autopilot? I know you're probably always busy, chasing goals and checking off your to-do list ... but are you actually getting anywhere? Do you feel happy and fulfilled or are you stuck going through the motions of life?
If these questions make you uncomfortable, then I encourage you to take steps towards creating an intentional life.
If you decide to take control of your life, you absolutely can achieve your goals.
But how do you do that?
First of all, you have to set the intent. You have to decide that you'tr gonna live a better life whether that is laugh more, love more, workout more, eat less or eat more (If you're too skinny).
Some of the things that I do everyday is studying with my reading group. We are not just reading together but we are discussing and analyzing the points we read and supporting each other through the growth process.
Another thing is writing out and saying affirmation everyday on how do I want my life to be? Reading my affirmation loud to myself for about 5 minutes.
One of my mentors says that the words that follow I am, build your life. So if you keep saying to yourself you're a loser or in any other form, then you become a loser.
On contrary, if you say you're a winner and I win everything I try then those affirmations come true for you.
It is a matter of repetition- repeating the affirmation over and over again helps you set up your intention and the intentional approach to your life.
Start deciding what you want and write down your goals. If you write down your goals then your brain starts thinking about it and helps you keep in check throughout the day to work towards your goal and then keep practicing it everyday.
When you live intentionally, your values and life vision are always there to guide you, so create a system that helps you reset when you need to.
Personally, I use my journal to check-in with myself on a daily and weekly basis. I highly recommend this system but ultimately, you have to find something that works for you. Set a reminder on your phone, catch up with a like-minded friend every week, or create a vision board and put it where you can't miss it.
The "how" isn't important—what matters is that you set aside time for regular self-reflection. (Study yourself!) Do you need to do to get back to basics and remember what matters. Do you need to recommit to following through with intentional actions? Or are you ready to uplevel and take on a new challenge?
You don't need to be perfect but you do need to keep showing up. Keep coming back to what matters to you—no matter how far off track you find yourself—and you'll be surprised at how much everything changes.
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