Monday Morning Boost: Speaking of Being Busy

Monday Morning Boost: Speaking of Being Busy

Hey there! It’s Monday morning, the start of a new week, and it’s going to be a busy one for both you and me. As we kick off the week, I want to chat with you about what it means to be busy.

First off… What is keeping you busy this week? For me, in addition to all the normal, I will be spending a full day on Wednesday as a vendor at the Cache Chamber Economic Summit. If you are also going to be there, stop by and say hello.

Then I will be a featured speaker both Friday night and Saturday morning at the Family Resource Fair in Logan, Utah. I will also have a vendor booth there. If you would like to hear me speak, this is a great opportunity. I will be speaking Friday at 4pm to youth and Saturday at 11am to parents. Attendance at the event is free for families. I will be speaking on “Creating Your Story of Greatness – How to Intentionally Create Your Best Life… at Home, at School, at Work.”

Now, let’s get back to talking about being busy…

Lee Iacocca believed that keeping busy is the best way to handle stress or adversity. On the other hand, Henry David Thoreau encouraged us to avoid being too busy and let success come to us. Despite appearing contradictory, both pieces of advice have a common thread: intentional focus.

Being busy all the time is inevitable, but that doesn’t mean there’s no room for intentional focus. Creating an Intentional Life involves the Power of Three elements of Vision, Strategy, and Promise.

First, create a vision of what the best version of yourself looks like and what you want your life to be like. Then, execute and live a strategy to achieve that vision. Finally, live promises to yourself that will keep you focused on creating that vision.

❤️ VISION ~ Create a vision for what the best version of you will be and what your best life will look like.
❤️ STRATEGY ~ ️Execute and live an intentional strategy to create your Vision.
❤️ PROMISE ~ ️Making key promises that will empower you to stay focused on creating that vision.

To have an Intentional Life, you need Intentional Focus, which requires Intentional Leadership. I can assure you that you are already an Intentional Leader who is creating an Intentional Life, and you don’t need help from anyone else, including me.

However, if you want to move forward with more intention, focus, and clarity, there might be a solution available. If you’re interested in having a conversation about how to best create your vision, execute your strategy, and keep your promises, I’m ready when you are.

I’m ready to help you with that conversation.

Are you?

Have a beautiful Monday! I love you, friends!


p.s. Take 13 minutes today to be more intentional about what keeps you busy.

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