We have just begun 2012. It’s the time to make a million New Years Resolutions that we intend to be really awesome about keeping, and then really, we’ll just end up breaking them all as soon as they get hard. We have amazing intentions. Here at Plywood we do too. We hear quotes like:
“Change is inevitable, growth is intentional.” or “The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.”
And we nod our heads in agreement. Yes, this is true, we believe that the thought is not enough. We understand that we have to act. BUT it’s another story to actually take the steps to BE intentional. We want to start 2012 thinking through our intentions. We’re going to share about intentionality in work, relationships, family, travel, conversation, neighboring, and maybe a few other areas as we think them through. We’d love for you to contribute to the conversation.
Would you answer a fill in the blank for us?
I find it most difficult to be intentional in_________________ .
To me, intentionality is ___________________ .
When I think about intentionality I feel ______________________ .
My greatest motivator in intentionality is ___________________ .
Thanks for your help and for walking through this journey with us.