January 26, 2020
How To Be A Boss At Setting Very Powerful Intentions

How To Be A Boss At Setting Very Powerful Intentions

Are you interested in learning how to set powerful intentions? Well if you do, you came to the right place.

If you haven’t known already all of the things or everything all begins with intention.

When I read a book or drink some water it all starts as an intention.

In the dictionary definition in vocabulary.com it says that the intention is an idea that you plan or intend to carry out.

If you mean something, then it is an intention.

Your goal, purpose, or aim is your intention.

It is something you mean to do, whether you pull it off or not.

Now, let’s get into how to be a boss at setting very powerful intentions.

1. Calm The Mind

 

Calming your mind is one of the essential things to do when setting very powerful intentions like a boss.

When your mind is all over the place, you can’t set your intentions the correct way or clearly.

To calm the mind, either meditate for about 5 to 10 minutes or do a breathing exercise for 5 to 10 minutes, or just do something that will allow your mind to calm down a bit.

When your mind is in a calm state, then set your intentions for the day.

Your intentions will be more clear when your mind is in a calm state compared to your mind not in a calm state.

You might find that your intentions will happen quicker than it had ever done before.

If you are having trouble calming your mind, then I would recommend to check out this video on how to calm the mind.

I think that it will help you a lot.

2. Listen To Your Inner Voice

In my opinion, we have two voices inside of us.

We have the voice that is silent and calm and we have a voice that is loud and all over the place.

It is important to listen to the voice inside of you that is calm and quiet rather than the voice that is loud and all over the place.

To hear your inner voice, you would have to silent the loud and obnoxious voice and listen to the quiet voice that is inside of you.

Once you hear the voice, listen to what it is saying.

The voice will help you clarify and direct your intentions and will also guide towards your purpose in life.

3. Set Your Intentions

After you calm your mind and are listening to your inner voice, set your intentions.

You can either say them out loud or write them down.

It doesn’t matter as long as you are saying them.

I write down my intentions of what I want to accomplish the next day on a piece of notebook paper every night. Writing

down what your plans or intentions are the next days has a lot of benefits.

If you want to find out the benefits of planning your day, then go check out my blog on it.

In my opinion, setting your intentions the day before is super beneficial because you don’t have to say them or set intentions right in the morning.

It doesn’t matter though if you like to set your intentions right in the morning then that’s fine.

It is just important to set them.

4. Detach From the Outcome

After you set your intentions for the day to detach from the outcome.

If you are attached to the outcome, that means that you are fearing and insecure about it because that what attachment is based on.

Instead of being attached to the outcome, live in the uncertainty.

Believe and know that the universe has your back and it will work out the way it should.

Let go of any remaining attachment from it and your intention will come your way fast.

5. Go On With Your Day

After you ser your intentions for the day, just go on through your day like normal.

Trust that your intentions will happen and don’t think or worry if it will happen because the more you worry about it, the less likely it will happen.

If you ever catch yourself worrying or thinking how your intentions will show up during the day then just tell yourself to not worry about it, and it will come to reality.

If you are still having a hard time, then I would recommend focussing on something else right after you set your intentions.

Another thing that you can do is to detach from the outcome. When you detach, you are not so worried about the outcome of the intention you just set.

Conclusion

Now, let us recap real quick. Today, We learned how to set intentions.

The first one is calming the mind.

You do it either with meditation or breathwork, preferably breathwork if you want to be in a calm state quickly.

Second, listen to your inner voice.

Hearing your inner voice will clarify and direct your intentions and guide your purpose in life.

The third thing is Setting your intention or intentions.

You can say them out loud or write them on a piece of paper or notebook paper.

All of them work, just find the one that works for you.

Forth, detach from the outcome.

Attached from the outcome means you fear that it will never come and the result will be that it will never come to fruition.

So make sure you detach and it will happen.

Last but not least, Go on with your day.

Trust that your intentions will happen and be like you never remembered you set the intention in the first place. Make sure to detach from the outcome If you are having trouble worrying about it.

That is all I have to say in this blog post

I hope that you enjoyed it.

Make sure that if you have any questions or want to share anything related to intentions at all then make sure to comment them below and I will reply to you as soon as I can.

With that being said, I hope that you guys are having a wonderful day.

Cheers.

Ps. just before you click off, I just have one question for you

Have you ever consciously set an intention before?

6 thoughts on “How To Be A Boss At Setting Very Powerful Intentions

  1. Thank you for your advice, I have found it very helpful.
    I never thought about detaching my self from the outcome.
    Usually, I go for a walk when I need to process, but then I tend to get a bit anxious when I think of the result.
    I will try it, I’m sure it will be better.
    Wish you the best.
    Andy

    1. Your welcome, I’m glad that you found it very helpful. Detaching yourself from the outcome makes it come faster than if you are worried about it. I hope that detaching from the outcome will help you.

  2. Scott,

    Thanks for this post.
    Sometimes, even with good intentions, I don’t feel like there is any power behind them- like it would take vast amounts of will power to move with intention. How do I get past that?

    1. Your welcome, I think that you get past it by changing your belives or stop procrastinating on them. Maybe you have a belief that it is really difficult to take action on your intentions? I don’t know for sure, but I would probably say to just take action on it.

  3. What lovely advice. We always have intentions, but we don’t always think about them or see them through. It’s nice to read an article on being calm and focused while writing them down, even the night before. Your articles leave a peaceful desire to go through life in a carefully planned out but stress-free manner.

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