Mastering Your Intent

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I’m definitely noticing a shift in my life. Everything is moving for the benefit of my harvest. Normally when I feel this shift, I just enjoy the moment. This past weekend I turned 27. And my intents have changed with age and experience. The final chapter of 26, I was shifting.

I had to understand that mastering my intent in life is crucial.

Know who you are and what you want. Therefore no matter what, you’re not getting lost in the changes that happen in life. You’re always moving with your real goals intact.

The Ant and the Grasshopper. Setting up a future instead of just enjoying the moment.

Because when it’s all said and done, I want a long lasting harvest and not just a collage of good times.

Building a life I can be proud of. Key word is “I”. I need to be proud of the life I am building. And have the wisdom to not let anything get in the way of that.

Anything including “fear”. Fear of missing out in other areas of your life because of your goals. Fear of failure. Mastering my intent and being fearless about whatever comes with that is what I’m building in myself.

Sacrificing.

You mad at someone else because you didn’t do what you needed to do. No! Be mad at yourself. Do what you want to do. Unapologetically follow your goals until completion. Whatever is most important to you, you put it first.

Meaning whatever you will regret not doing 10 years from now; do it now! Whatever is true in your heart—career, financial success, family, health…

You have to live with it. Do what you want to do. You’re no good to anybody if you’re walking around mad at the world.

Point blank. Know who you are and what you want. Do exactly what you want to do and be mad at no one later.

Sounds selfish to some. It’s not. You’ll be more of a pleasure to be around. Living life with the energy that you’re doing what means most to you. Fearlessly. Unapologetically. Respectfully.

Do you.

Be fulfilled.

@jazzmin_smith

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