Last week, I introduced the concept of “misliving,” a term used to describe a life lived without direction or intention. I emphasised the importance of living intentionally to avoid finding ourselves in this position.
To recap, intentional living is a lifestyle where you consciously choose actions that reflect your personal beliefs, values, and goals. It’s about actively shaping your life instead of passively letting life happen to you. It involves making mindful decisions, adjusting as necessary, and constantly ensuring your actions align with your values.
Motivated by our discussion on intentional living, I’ve crafted a 20-question self-assessment questionnaire. This tool serves as a gauge of your current level of intentional living.
You can access it via this Google Sheet. Remember, you should download a copy for yourself in order to make edits.