Earlier this week I attended a fun and motivating masterclass with Tiffany Nicole, Certified Transformational coach with Creative Insight Journey. There were at least 15 people in the free class engaged as they shared their intentions, goals, and named someone from their “itty bitty shitty committee.” Thanks Ana for coming out and playing.
Tiffany taught us a few tricks and tips that we could apply immediately in our lives for success. I’ve already applied 2 and have seen positive responses.
I’d like to share my biggest takeaway and one that’s already working. Earlier this year I shared with you my 3 words for 2018: momentum, freedom, and accountability. I have these words written throughout my apartment. Well, I’ve now added something else that makes it even more clear. Tiffany discussed the power of intention and as this month my theme is mindset, I figured this would be the best to share.
What makes an intention powerful is the belief. Resolutions often are hopes that people expect to come true yet an intention is faith that it’ll happen. Yet what’s also important is what you want to happen, which is where visualization comes into play.
Think of one thing you really want; a new car, career, more money, a better house, a relationship, etc. Now, visualize it or even better yet be a part of it. For example, if you want a new car go test drive the ones you want. If you want a new house go visit the areas you want to live in and perhaps houses that interest you. If you want a partner begin to look around your house and life to see if you’re ready for a relationship, then imagine yourself being in one. Feel the sensations, the emotions, etc.
Then state one intention, be clear and direct with an action step. Example, I want to live with financial abundance. My action step is to actively seek financial opportunities and have a monthly goal. Then, write this one intention and action step 5 times and place it around your living space so you can see it and repeat it everyday.
True story, on Wednesday I had just read the intention as I was preparing to leave to my office when my office assistant called me to tell me a client had just left me a cash balance. Although, I knew the balance was going to be paid at some point, it was still a surprise to receive that call (which doesn’t happen as I take care of my own payments) just after I read that intention.
So, take a moment after reading this, don’t put it off, and write an intention and an action step. Feel free to email me or share it on our Facebook group, Our Wheels of Life.
Pass this email along to someone who may benefit from it as we all need time to focus on ourselves everyday!
Love and hugs,