Intention doesn’t always have to be big or about setting goals. Your intent may be to be the best friend, family member or co-worker you can be that day, or always for that matter. It’s really about working through a process that is fulfilling and satisfying from start to finish. Setting your intention with anything that you do is living life with purpose.
A recent study conducted by Harvard University shows that 84% of graduating MBA students did not have specific goals set for after graduating school. Fourteen percent said they had goals in mind but were not written down anywhere. And only 3% said they had goals and were actively pursuing them. Another study showed that an overwhelming 92% of our society do not pursue any aspirations and goals.
That leaves the overwhelming majority of people with too much time on their hands. And you know what happens when people have too much time on their hands, they get into the business of knowing your business and will try to fix your problems instead of fixing their own, and how often have you used your time to fix other people’s problems instead of focusing on your own… continue reading.
Originally posted on Collective Evolution.
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