Oh a new day has begun and with it, the best of intentions.
A long to do list, a calendar full of appointments and a mind ready for action.
We rush around to get everything done. The important, the unimportant and the just plain dumb. Why?
Are all of these things really getting us to where we want to go? Is it getting us to the dream lifestyle we desire? How many things are on your list that do not need to get done?
How can you tell the difference between the significant and the inconsequential? What IS really important to you?
Clarifying the answers to these questions is critical to getting where you want to be. WHO you want to be.
Intentional living is more about who you intend to BE rather than what you intend to DO.
I want to be loving, patient and thankful. How different would my day unfold if I started it with a way to be instead of things to do?
At the end of the day, it’s not how many things were scratched off a list, how many emails were dealt with, how much money was made.
It is about who you are becoming in the process of life.