So many people have not been taught to be intentional or live intentionally. Intentional livings starts by saying, “I don’t want life to just happen to me anymore.” Instead of reacting and letting life happen one day at a time, it’s taking action and choosing to be intentional every day in your career, your marriage, with your children, with God, with your finances… and the list goes on. Intentional living is planning out the life you’re called to live and living it!
There’s no magic pill. There’s no trick. There’s no quick fix right now. It takes hard work.
Write your answers to these questions down, right now:
What’s the first thing that comes to mind that you want to be intentional about? What are the steps it’ll take to get there?
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In this podcast, Chris will discuss:
- Being in the moment but being intentional about life
- Changing your mindset
- Having a vision, making a plan and setting goals along the way
- Mapping out what it’s going to take today to make your goals happen
- How to be successful by living intentionally
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2 thoughts on “87 | Ask Chris: Intentional Living”
Thanks for being straight up about your relationship with God and the itergrereral part He plays in every part of your life!
You nailed it Chris! You put into words a lot of my observations on intentional living. It’s not easy to be intentional, but well worth it.