Oct 12, 2020
The goals that you set for
yourself are far more likely to be achieved if you also know what
your intentions are. Intentions and goals work hand in hand but
they are not the same thing. Today, we are going to discuss the
characteristics of goals and intentions and how both are necessary
to help you get what you want most. Whether it’s winning a court
case, earning a promotion, or getting a divorce, your intentions
guide your actions as you work toward your goals. My actions in the
courtroom and in my personal life have varied widely based on my
intentions, but in every case I have seen this truth — when your
goals are firmly grounded by your intentions, the sky’s the limit
to what you can achieve.
Today we discuss —
Three characteristics of goals
are defined as something that you want to reach in the
are easily measurable by other people.
have an end point — data will prove whether you have met a goal or
Three characteristics of intentions
- Intentions are something that you have and are
aware of right now.
- Intentions can only be measured by you — only
you know if you have done your best.
- Intentions focus on stretching and reaching for
your purpose today.
Reaching for goals while honoring
imperative that you know what your intentions are as you reach for
intentions will dictate your actions as you work toward your
yourself — what do I want to accomplish in the process of working
toward this goal?
goals can also help you define your intentions along the
- Combining your goals with your intentions will
give you unlimited possibilities in what you can
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