“The best way to keep good intentions from dying is to execute them.”— Unknown
Having good intentions is like moving aimlessly without direction. Good intentions are only that— intentions. Good intentions are just thoughts in our heads. Good intentions are only to make the person who’s making them feel good about his or her self at first, but, to later experience disappointment. However, if we execute our intentions, then we will experience confidence in ourselves. There is a certain expectation from others that we will follow through with our intentions. There is something about expressing our intentions publicly that motivates us to want to execute them no matter how difficulties it may bring, because most of us don’t want to let anyone down. That’s one of the worse feelings to experience. We want others to have confidence in us and to know that others can rely on us again for future endeavors.