Intention seems to be the leitmotif of the last week. So, it seems like a good subject to share here.
To many, I am the poster child for living a life with intent. I rarely do anything without it. In my view, it obliges you to take a stand and fix your point of view on a matter. Some may even say, you are fixing a point in space. Some times the intent with which I do something falls short obliging me to redouble my efforts. But those times when I exceed my intentions are truly wondrous achievements.
People who lead their life with intent are solid and dependable. They strive for authenticity. They don’t flip-flop on subjects and will – usually – only change their position after much persuasion. You really get a sense for who you are dealing with.
Although living your life with purpose is important, it is doubly so in business. A business without a sense of purpose will not last very long. As a business leader, you are entrusted with the intent of the organization and the lives of all those who contribute to it’s success. Truly understanding the intent of the business is the first step to enhancing your leadership skills. If you need a little bit of help to do get a clear sense of why your business exists reach out to us so we can give you a hand.