"Mistaken", 29 years old in pharmaceutical company
Set a powerful intention? What does that mean?
This means that before rush madly into your next task, take a very short moment to understand and decide what you must do to get the task done well the first time.
Here’s an example of how to eliminate email typos you mentioned earlier. Before you start typing your email, take a moment to breathe, tell yourself what you want to achieve with the email (e.g., mistake-free and short answer), and then start typing.
When you’re about to proof read your email (which you obviously do right?), repeat the process and take a moment to breathe, tell yourself what you want to achieve with the email (e.g., mistake-free), and then start proof reading. You’ll be amazed at how typos jump out at you, and perhaps there are no typos as you already set that intention earlier.
Last word – be specific with your intentions and practice this tip repeatedly. With time and practice you’ll find yourself mistake-free forever!
So before you rush off to finish whatever you're working on - set your intention NOW - what do you want to achieve with this next task?
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