Meeting Information
What are your INTENTIONS for the remainder of this year?  The remainder of your career?
Tuesday July 20, 2021
7:30am - 8:45am US/Central GMT-5:00


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Mark Myers
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Nashville Chapter Chair

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Topic: What are your INTENTIONS for the remainder of this year?  The remainder of your career?

This discussion responds to the blog of Kate Herman Wood ( entitled Why I No Longer Set Goals Without Intentions (Wood, 2020). We all know that to achieve goals, we must take action.  Kate states that intention “implies action and commitment.”   She also indicates that goals could be nothing more than a to-list. Kate proposes an exercise that encourages us to consider our short-term and life-long goals.  Below is my adaptation of her exercise. Let’s consider the following questions.

  1. 1. What might be your legacy left from your personal and professional lives?
  2. 2. What are the objectives for you, your team, or your business for the next 30 days, 90 days, the remainder of this year, or the next five years?
  3. 3. What key life milestones do you wish to meet successfully in your family, career, or other vital areas of your life (social, physical, spiritual, emotional, and cognitive)?
  4. 4. Where do you need more focus in your life?
  5. 5. What is the difference between intention and lack of intention?
  6. 6. How do you convert your goals or to-do list into intentional commitments and actions?
  7. 7. What is the one action item that requires intentionality that you will focus on next?

One more thing:  The next time we sense a reaction coming from us to a situation or person, consider how with intention, we might provide a response that is thoughtful and constructive and promotes a positive influence in the moment.  A response is more likely to breed a positive result than a reaction.

With intention, we can thrive!

Come prepared to experience this reflective time considering ‘what else’ we will do with intention.

For meeting information, please contact:

Mark Myers

(615) 260-0782
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