Ways to Shift Your Power of Intention

Following are eight ways to shift your power of intention to attain what you want. These steps can be used at work and in other spheres of life to achieve your desired results more quickly and easily.

1. Monitor your thoughts.

If you are questioning why you aren’t creating the result you want, look at your thoughts and words, because those express your true intention. Focus on the goal, not the obstacles that may arise.

2. Enlist support.

Stay close to people who believe in you and remind you of who you are in all your power. Find three people today who can remind you of where your attention wants to be directed.

3. Use a coach.

Arrange with someone to work with you weekly to focus yourself on what you most want in your life. Consider hiring a professional coach to help you along your path to what you want. Remember, even the greatest sport professionals have a coach to guide them to new heights.

4. Signup for seminars.

Gaining knowledge that reminds you of what you want in your life is a powerful tool for focusing your power of intention. Review local papers and other useful sources so you can find out what seminars and workshops are being offered and sign up for those aligned to your dreams.

5. Create daily reminders.

Create personal notes that remind you where you most want to put your power of intention and inspire you to action. These notes can be in your home and even your office.

6. Set aside relaxation time.

By slowing down, quieting yourself and allowing your energies to settle, you can reinforce the sense of direction that your life wants to live and receive new inspiration.

7. Make space.

Clean up your office and life so nothing out there limits you from knowing the right intention for your life. Some activities which you might find helpful at work are: organizing your filing system, focusing on only three major projects at a time and completing your to-do list first thing in the morning.

8. Engage in an activity you love.

Think back on your life. What are the things you most enjoyed doing, felt most passionate about? Try to include something you love in your life every day.