Too often I think intentions feel like final pictures drawn with our eyes closed.
We see these crisp, grandiose designs for ourselves; and then find we’ve just created a mass of scribbles.
Disheartened, we’re quick to throw them out.
But while intentions can be good, they’re only the blueprints to tasks that take far more practice to achieve.
Look at your mass of scribbles and see their true form: a fear of starting—and appreciate them, for they are the hard part.
Now you can focus, hone, accomplish…and repeat.