This author Intentional has created 52 entries.


In today’s day and age, there are actually too many choices to choose from. There are studies that show that the brain gets overloaded when there are more than a few choices to choose from. In your life and business where are areas you can limit your choices to make the decisions easier for you, your client, family, loved ones? Putting constraint on your choices is key for completing items in a timely manner and staying on track. If you don’t

Now What

Now what, is a question we normally ask ourselves when something goes wrong or not as expected. Now what, is a bridge between where we are and where we want to go. Now what, can be seen as positive or negative. Sometimes when we are faced with a “now what” we innately go to the negative, the “why me”. But what if you used “now what” and thought about possibilities? How can you take this thing that you didn’t plan for,


Does anyone out their worry like me? Worry about if something is going to go wrong on a project you have extensively planned for? Worry about getting hurt or sick? Worry about your child? Worry is a horrible place to be because it paralyzes us. Worry creates our minds to shut down, to stay in limbo. Worry shuts down our ability to think of a solution creatively. But Concern…concern is another word. One where if you move from Worry to Concern,

Why Would I

Why would I, is a great question to ask yourself when you are trying to make a decision. Why would I, helps you define your “why” so that you move forward, backward or stay where you are because you want to. Why would I, slows you down to get clear before just doing something out of habit. If you have any new goals for 2020 you should be asking yourself often, “Why would I” because it will help you get focused

New Year New You

I know…New Year, New You…I am sure you have heard this before…but what if we actually made that mean something this year…2020? What if we took time to define what the “new us” would look like? What if we played around with the idea of a “new you” and what changes you could make to your life, small changes that could add up to a NEW YOU. A NEW YOU that chose to do something. Not the “new you” who decided


Blessings are all around us this Holiday Season. Blessings are in the good: cousins playing, families gathering, amazing food. Blessings are in the bad: plans falling through, gifts we wanted but didn’t get, families disagreeing. Blessings are all around us, but only if we want to see them. We have a choice this holiday season to choose to see that everything that happens to us, around us can be a blessing or a curse. A blessing or a misfortune. The act

Believing in Yourself

Believing in yourself can be one of the hardest things you do. Believing in yourself means believing in yourself no matter what. Believing when you mess up, make a mistake, take a path you now see wasn’t the right one, let yourself down… Believing you can get up and dust yourself off and see the learnings in the wrongdoings…in the errors…in the issues. Believing that beating yourself up isn’t helpful but a deterrent to creating the traction you need to do

Feeling of Not Enough

During this time of year, it is really easy to produce the feeling of not enough…not enough: Time Money Energy Resources Love You name it, around this time it just seems like “not enough” comes up a lot…so, what do we do? #1 We get clear on what’s most important. #2 We eliminate activities/purchases/events that are NOT important or something YOU want to do. #3 We honor ourselves and the self-care we need to be 100% in our life and business.

Looking Back

Looking back can be hard for some people. Looking back can be easy for some people. But what is the real reason to look back? Looking back helps you see what you have accomplished or haven’t. Looking back gives you a guidepost to gage if you are creating the success you have been dreaming of and looking back is a reality check. Reality check to see if the daily actions you are taking are the right ones. How do you know

Giving Thanks

On this day of Thanksgiving, I want you to think about what you are grateful for? What on this day can you “Give thanks” to? I find this task of “Giving Thanks” crucial to living an amazing life. Not just an amazing life at Thanksgiving by year-round. How can we start “Giving Thanks” not only during this one day, but all year? What if you started a practice of “Giving Thanks” daily? You could write it down.  You could text someone