When We Execute Our Intentions

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Post Written By Eugene Morgan

The best way to keep good intentions from dying is to execute them. — Unknown

It is nice to have good intentions but as we know from our experiences that good intentions won’t get us anywhere. Good intentions are only that, intentions without merit. It feels good to tell ourselves or another person what we want to do to complete a task. However, as we know from our experiences that it is easier to tell someone or ourselves about what we want to do than actually doing the work. We also know from our past experiences that any new thing we do will be difficult at first. However, because it is difficult doesn’t mean that it is necessarily impossible to do. We just have to learn how to plow through the difficult parts because there will be obstacles that we all have to deal with. The good news is that not everything during the process of learning something new will be as difficult. And we need to ask ourselves, is it worth executing our intentions, if they are important to us?

 

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