Positive Intent isn’t about upgrading your skills. It isn’t about motivation. This is not a life hack; it’s a new life.
Living with positive intent means cutting through the noise of negativity and apathy …
and making a commitment to bring rigorous generosity and unwavering curiosity to every interaction. It’s your lifeline when you’re feeling overwhelmed, when your relationships falter, when you question yourself or your value or your direction.
James is one of the most talented, reliable and level-headed professionals I know. He has coached me with patience, encouragement and insight. He’s a smart and humble guy who likes to surround himself with other smart and talented people so he can continue learning and, in turn, impart those lessons and wisdom to others.
| Jessica Chang Irish |
Living with positive intent means adopting the five principles that will help you become more trusted, more fulfilled and more resilient:
Remember Your Audiences
all of them, even when they
can’t hear you
Ask a Question Instead
because your opinions
aren’t that helpful
Purge Emotional Toxins
which sounds painful but
is actually pretty easy
Seek Elegant Solutions
rather than solutions that
just solve things
Sustain Your Intent
by taking care of yourself
and thinking small
This is not an easy time for anyone, but it doesn’t have to be so hard.
We can’t control our circumstances, but we can control how we respond to them.
The future is unpredictable, but we can future-proof ourselves by deciding to live with positive intent.
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