Discover the 3 Pillars of Intentional Living

What does it truly take to achieve success and significance in life? It’s a question many of us wonder. John C. Maxwell believes that the key lies in intentional living.

What is Intentional Living? If you asked John C. Maxwell for his answer, you might be surprised. He says, “Intentional living is the key to everything you want to accomplish in life. It’s more important than where you were born, how much talent you have, or what kinds of connections you have. Intentional living empowers people to make the uphill climb to success—and to significance.”

Three Pillars of Intentional Living:

  1. Deliberate: Intentional living is not accidental; it demands thoughtful consideration, planning, and the setting of goals.
  2. Consistent: It’s a journey, not a destination. Intentional living requires daily, weekly, and yearly follow-through.
  3. Willful: Intentional living is a choice. Despite obstacles, challenges, and distractions, it demands persistent effort.

Good Intentions vs. Intentional Living: While many rely on good intentions, there’s a significant distinction between good intentions and intentional living. Simply cultivating good intentions without purposeful action can lead to frustration and unfulfillment.

The Power of Intentional Living: Becoming an intentional person can change your life. Here’s how:

  1. Thinking Ahead: Intentional living teaches the value of thinking ahead, making you ten times more effective than those who don’t.
  2. Making Every Day Count: Live intentionally to recognize daily opportunities to make a difference. Don’t wait for tomorrow; seize the countless opportunities around you today.
  3. Gradual Change: You don’t have to change everything at once. Intentional living encourages deliberate, consistent, and purposeful steps toward improvement.

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