”Our intention creates our reality.” —Wayne Dyer
Setting intention is one of the easiest ways to jump-start your business goals. In fact, it’s the first step. It helps you get clear and let’s the Universe know that you’re open to the potential of creating what you want.
Here’s my favorite example of how setting intention works.
My business partner, Crystal, owned software that was specific to private clubs, and I repped the software. In late September of 2015, Crystal decided to sell it, and together we set the intention for the sale. We both wrote down the date that we wanted to sell the software by. I chose January 1st, 2016, and Crystal chose December 31st, 2015—one day apart. In the end, we decided on the 31st.
Of course, we had no idea who would buy it, but we took a moment to envision it as “done,” and let it go. A couple of weeks later, I was talking to a client, and he started telling me about an HR company he was starting. So I told him about the software and—what do you know?—it turned out to be a perfect fit for his startup. Fast forward, the deal closed on December 24th, a week ahead of schedule.
That’s the power of setting intention.
In this post we’re sharing how you can set intention easily to move towards your business goals.