by PARAGON COLLECTIVE
At the start of 2020, I decided I was going to swap the word “resolution” with “intention”. Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, I’ve decided to carry this decision through to the new financial year and I’d love for you to join me!
The definition of an intention has a small, but obvious difference compared to a resolution.
Resolution (n): “A firm decision to do or not to do something.”
Intention (n): “Something that you want and plan to do.”
At the end of the day, setting an intention involves planning. Think about it – when you make a plan and work hard to execute each step, you #getshitdone. So, instead of setting resolutions that can easily come and go, try setting intentions that will help you live as the best version of yourself every single day. After all, the beginning of the new financial year is the perfect time to reflect on what you’ve learned about yourself in the past financial year, and how you’d like to grow within your business over the next 12 months.
Spiritual Gangster recently shared a few tips for setting your intentions in 2020 and beyond. They were too good not to share and can be applied at any given time.