Monday, December 13, 2010

What’s your intention anyway?

There is an intention that precedes every action.  That means that every time you do something, you silently decide why you’re doing it.  Sometimes this is conscious and other times it’s not, but intention always comes first.
Your intention not only plays a role in what you are about to do, but it sets the stakes for the outcome as well.  If something doesn’t turn out the way that you want it to, your first question should be “why did I do it in the first place?” Often times you may discover that the answer to this question will also answer the reason why it didn’t work out too.
It is impossible to have the right intention all of the time, but you can sure try.  You intention is your investment.  If you invest fraudulent funds then you can’t expect righteous results, can you? 
Be accountable for your intention.  Accept accountability for the results.  Whatever it is that you want for your life, starts with your intent.  Think about it.


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