Because I believe words hold valuable clues to what we choose to do, I listen very carefully when someone talks to me about their diet. One person says, “I wish I could be healthy and feel great.” Another person says, “I intend to be healthy and feel great.”
Which one do you think is going to get healthy and feel great? Absolutely—the one who intends it.
Wishing has no focus toward a goal. Intending means you’re committed to achieving something by making a plan for success—and sticking to it!
The Fuel for Desired Results
The key to intention is action – try this to build your intention muscle:
- Get clear on what you want. This includes what you will change about your food, when you will change it, and even list the things you will have more energy for when you are feeling great
- Do something to make your intention happen. Let’s say you want to eat four servings of vegetables a day. Your first action could be to purchase fresh vegetables and chop them up so they will be easy to eat raw of steamed
- Celebrate your achievement! Do one of those things you envisioned you'd have more energy for.
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