Goals are great, and I still set them each year but once I’ve set them I only tend to revisit them during my scheduled review times.
This is a big shift for this notorious goal-driven woman.
In the past, I would set lofty goals and then go out and chase them down. Often at the expense of other things. I just wanted to achieve the goal.
Unfortunately once I achieved the goal, it felt empty.
I was quick to dismiss it and move on to the next big thing (if you’re a Type A personality this probably resonates big time).
It got to the point where my goal setting become transactional and quite frankly boring.
After months of having a goal to ‘not set goals’ and digging deep into why the hell I thought this way, I realised that my approach needed to change.
Through my daily mindset work and following my mindset bae BB (Brendon Burchard) I realised that setting intentions was a better fit.
To me the word ‘intention’ invites more emotion, connection, and flexibility.
It just seems less rigid and formulaic than goal setting.
For the past 3 years, I have focussed on setting Intentions.
I set yearly, quarterly, monthly, weekly and daily intentions.
Yes, I know this may sound like a lot, but it’s not. Often my intentions are single words or a sentence that describes how I want to feel or behave.
I jot them down in my journal and check in with them regularly.
All of this leads to today’s podcast.
The first episode for Season 3 and the year – Setting Business Intentions for 2022.
In today’s session, I share with you the top 3 intentions I have set for the year (and they will be a struggle!).
I’m truly putting myself on the hook by publicly sharing these intentions.
Tune in if you’re interested to hear what I’m going to be focussing on this year, and to follow my journey as I figure it out (hopefully it doesn’t become a trainwreck).
This will also be helpful to you if you feel like you waste time on social media, aren’t being productive and are not sure what kind of content to be putting out this year.
I share a pretty awesome concept that you may want to implement.
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