The Power of Clarity, Intention, and Purpose

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Have you ever had one of those moments where things just click? Some people call it an “ah-ha moment,” some might call it a defining moment, or moment of realization, some may even call it an epiphany – whatever term you prefer… I had one of those.

It happened on Webinar 1 of the 15K 2.0

Now I won’t go all into what Dave Wood talked about in the training – you’ll have to buy the product for that, but one of the moments that had the biggest impact on me was when he touched on his story of how he built his list specifically through blogging – especially in the beginning.

Now of course I’ve heard this before and of course I understand the power of producing great content, but this time it was different. See there’s a difference between blogging just to blog and/or make a dollar, and blogging with purpose, with intention. Most people move through life in a zone. I’ve been there and I’m sure you have too. Bouncing from job to job, or if you are a full time entrepreneur from opportunity to opportunity instead of finding the one thing that clicks, you end up stressed and burnt out trying to understand why it didn’t work the way you thought it would YET AGAIN.

If you’ve been in this industry for a while and you find yourself in the above category, here are some times that can help you harness the power of clarity, intention, and purpose.

1. Get Clear About What You Want

We’ve all heard the saying when you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Becoming clear about your expectations of yourself and your business goals will help you develop a better plan of action to achieve your desired results. Ask yourself “What Do I Want Out of This? What Am I Willing To Do To Make this Happen? Having a clear idea of what you expect and how far you are willing to go will give you an idea of how and when to adjust when faced with challenges.

2. Set Your Intentions As If They Already Are

Scripture talks about speaking things into existence and writing the vision/making it plain. You know that time when you read that REALLY good book and with every page you could see the words clear as day as if you were the main character or at best right there watching. It’s kind of like that. When setting intentions write them down in first person as if you are already in that moment. Be as descriptive as possible to the point where it you or someone else is reading it they can’t help but to see it. Read it out loud until you begin to believe it yourself and when your level of belief raises so will your willingness to take action and eventually your results.

3. Move With Purpose

When you’re doing something on purpose, you’re doing for a reason, with a meaning behind it. Your purpose is what will keep you going when faced with challenges. Your purpose is where you heart is and it’s ultimately what will attract like-minded team members and business partner to you.

There are people who will wander through business for years without knowing just this little bit of information and it will cost them in both time and in money as a result of mistakes that could have been avoided. Don’t be one of them.

A final thought that was shared on the webinar tonight…

“A dog doesn’t bark at a parked car. You can’t steer a ship that ain’t movin’. A rocket is off course at launch 99% of the time. YOU CAN’T CORRECT ACTION THAT ISN’T TAKEN.”

Go out there and apply these techniques and watch you business explode!

Wishing your growth & prosperity,


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