No substitute for intentionality

No substitute for intentionality

I recently started working with a coach to do some distilling and processing in an effort to think about how I might be limiting myself, or how I might be operating from places that serve me and others less, or impede growth.

I’ve been using the word “uplevel” as the most concise way of describing how I’m thinking about the process.

I’ve been fueling my body better and being intentional about health and fitness, and whether it’s physical wellness or mental and emotional wellness, I realize that to show up, serve, produce, and provide the way I want to, that I can’t just wing it.

I can’t just assume that the how is going to sort itself out in any catalytic way if I’m not being intentional about it.

As I discussed with Lindsey last night over the dirtiest of martinis, there’s just no substitute for intentionality.

P.s. I’d love to hear what you’re trying to be more intentional about. And whether you reply to this email or share it with someone else, an example of intentionality seems like a worthwhile offering.

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