How often do you take the time to check in with yourself and reflect? How often do you look out towards your own possibilities?
“Some people say that they don’t know what their intention or purpose is, but often they simply haven’t spent enough time listening to themselves carefully and in silence. Deep Listening is very useful here. Deep Listening is the practice of stopping and listening without judgment or advice. Before you can listen deeply to someone else, you need to begin by deeply listening to yourself. Sit down, clear your mind, and ask yourself in silence: What do I really want? What is my life for? Intention will emerge if you go deep enough. Nearly every single elite athlete or successful individual I’ve worked with had intention and a clear sense of purpose. They knew their charter, their reason for existence.”