Get this: there are two kinds of intentions. The ones you just say and the ones you truly mean.

If you say you want to be healthy and productive but then relax and watch a movie till 1 am, your true intention was to relax not to have a good sleep in order to be at your best the next day.

There is nothing wrong with relaxing or watching a movie, but telling apart your true intentions from declarations is critical. Otherwise, you are just fooling yourself.

You will always execute your true intentions, not your declarations. Kinda like politicians, but unknowingly. That’s when you end up saying I tried loosing weight, but I couldn’t or give up smoking, but it didn’t work.

Don’t fool yourself. The results of your actions will tell the truth.


“Your results will always match your true intentions”

The Passion Test by J. B. & C. Attwood