What's your intent?


27 Jan
27Jan

:“Others have seen what is and asked why. I have seen what could be and asked why not. ” – Picasso

All things you do in life definitely have their individual purposes; however, not every person realizes the importance of defining the intent prior to carrying out and on with things. This applies in the same way when using your creative thinking to define your intent and know your purpose.

Your purpose is what motivates you to go on with your journey in life. It is something that fuels you to do things and create more useful thoughts. This is where your creative thinking is being triggered. By knowing your purpose, it should be much easier for you to use your creative thinking skills, allowing you to achieve your goals in a more creative way possible.

What exactly is your purpose and how would you find it if you don’t believe you know what it is? No matter what motivates you from jumping out of bed each morning, regardless of what makes you excited to spend time accomplishing, or no matter what’s your true passion possibly has something to do with your purpose.

As a person, you have your own distinctive format through which you like to live your purpose. To define your purpose is something that you can do through exploring and experiencing some ways, allowing you to rediscover the real meaning of that form. Right in the process of defining your purpose, you can already apply your creativity and creative thinking in it. Since you yourself is the only one who can define your own purpose, you have the freewill on how you want it to be.

Do you want your purpose to be solely focused on your family, career, to the community or to the whole world? Creative thinking always has something to do with the way you come up with your purpose. You do not want to have a purpose only because it was suggested. You want something that defines who you are and what you want to accomplish..

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