• Carey Stubblefield

The Power of Purpose with Intention

Use this opportunity of being at home, during this COVID-19 lockdown, to be mindful, purposeful, and see this as time you now have to create Power of Purpose with intention to really figure out what you want and what makes you happy.

Have you been putting yourself on the back burner for too long while taking care of your family or everyone else?

Now is the perfect time for you to take care of YOU!! What do you want and what would your ideal life, relationships, career, personal growth, your fulfillment and so much more look like?

Question: Are you living at cause or in effect in your life? Are you an implementer? Do you take accountability for your behavior, feelings, actions/ inactions? Is life what happens to you or for you? Are you tired of the same patterns, negative feelings, feelings of unhappiness or fear, how you look, your state of health, & feeling stuck? If so, it’s like that movie the Wizard Of OZ because guess what, you too have had the power all along to do something different, make better choices, take a different path. You have the ability to change your state of mind in an instant, change how you think, which will change how you feel, which will then change your end results. Now how do you do that? Here are 5 tips to help you get from where you are to being closer to where you want to be, and if you’re not quite ready for the results of having your own personal COACH to help you move forward:

  1. Decide what you want with clarity & focus. Without that, it’s like going somewhere you’ve never been without a map.

  2. Make a plan.

  3. Commit to what you want and your plan.

  4. Set smart goals - Specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, time oriented

  5. Implement & put into action as you make tweaks as needed along the way.

I hope this helps you & hope you have an amazing week! Feel free to share this blog with others you feel could use a boost to feel more in control of their lives in living with purpose & intention!

Always be your best,

Carey Stubblefield