For the next seven days I’m writing my intentions and delegations publicly on my blog as a commitment to my students.
Why Write Your Intentions & Delegations?
I write my intentions and delegations every day to keep my mind focused on the results that I’m committed to. Some days I write my big giant results. Other days I focus on incremental results that I’d like to see that day. Some days I repeat what I wrote the day before. Most days I write something new. I don’t like writing the same thing over and over because it agitates my mind and allows it to worry. The following are my intentions and delegations:
I intend to feel energized today. I intend to feel empowered today. I intend to feel connected and loving towards everyone today. I intend to feel inspired today. I intend to feel creative today.
Delegations (specific results I’m delegating to the higher power):
I am so thankful to God for providing the guidance and creativity I need to have Inspired Action Weekly be the most innovative, inspiring and empowering on-line automated coaching program ever created or something better.
I am so thankful to God for introducing me to influencers who I can teach The Power of Contribution Game to so they can then pass it on to millions of people all over the planet or something better.
I am so thankful to God for providing me with the perfect solution for automating voice-mail blasts, text messages, email, accounting and client tracking all in one place or something better.