Why is intention important and how to set it?

By: rjchomik.com
CORK, Ireland - May 9, 2021 - PRLog -- Recently there has been a lot of talks that if you want to do something, you need to not only be willing, plan and commit to that thing, but also you have to have a clear intention. Though what does that actually mean? Why is this important? What is intention? How does it work? And how to set an intention that will be aligned with your goals?

Problems with intentions
I do not know about you, though, I have heard many times, that something or someone failed, because the intention was bad or there was no intention at all. Even if this person succeeds and achieves their goal, it does not make it feel good nor satisfied. It is as if there is a void inside this person, that can not be fulfiled.

A relationship fails because partners could think only about what they wanted from it, ignoring other person needs and desires. A businessman fails, as he was focused only on making money. Not actually giving value to his customers. A person fails in getting rich because, he or she, focuses on being able to show up, so others will be jealous.

There are many examples of this kind of failures. However, from these few, you can see, that there was selfishness involved. The intentions were set incorrectly. The intention setting person was thinking only about itself. Without considering other people's feelings and needs. Wanting to outshine others with its splendour. This, my friend, will always lead to failure.

Ok, but was not said, that I need to show up my talent to the world? That I should be rich and have a happy and enjoyable life? Absolutely. This is your destiny on this planet. To be happy. To enjoy your life. To love your life. To do work, that is satisfying and fulfilling. And, if that is your desire, to be rich... Read more-> https://rjchomik.com/why-is-intention-important/
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