Resolutions vs. Intentions: A Perspective on Goal Setting

by | Dec 31, 2012 | Mind-Body Health, Motivation, Inspiration & Goal Setting | 0 comments

I’m trying something new for goal setting this year.  Instead of resolving to do things and being sad or frustrated when they don’t happen as quickly as I’m wishing they would, I’m declaring 2013 as my “Year of Intention”  I INTEND to do great things that help make an impact and a positive difference in the world around me.  I INTEND to achieve 10 chin-ups.  I INTEND to sort out my food allergy issues to eat healthy and be healthy.   I INTEND to help as many people as I can improve their whole-body health, posture, and functional movement and with Pilates and the Centerworks® Intentional Movement Training SystemTM.

INTENTION  in my mind somehow puts a positive spin on what I want to accomplish when I’m goal setting.  Resolutions seem to weigh me down.  So I am INTENDING to live life to the fullest in 2013.  I INTEND to live, give, and be present to a healthy and happy life. I INTEND to nurture myself, and my “tribe” of Pilates, foot fitness, and functional movement enthusiasts.  Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to share and serve you it is a joy and a privilege!

Whether you’re setting Intentions for a New Year, a new week, or a new day.  Set your intentions, see what you intend to make happen, and you’ll be well on your way to achieving success and reaching your goals.

What do you INTEND to do for YOU?

Aliesa George: Over the past three decades, Aliesa George has helped assist people with their personal health journeys by sharing, teaching, and developing Pilates, Foot Fitness, and other Mind-Body programs.


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