In a recent article from Development and Leadership Coaching, Zach Clark penned, “Intentionality precedes progress.” Progress, then, begins with the intention to live and be a certain way. Life follows the path of intentionality.
Proverbs 31:27 says, “She watched over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness.”
In Proverbs 31, we read of the wife of noble character, living her life with intentional leadership. From providing food, making clothes to selling her products at the market. She works vigorously. She is welcoming and hospitable. She has a clear plan.
Intentions are the driving force behind the progress we make at work and at home. Are you leading with intentionality or leaving progress to chance? What do you need to refocus on with greater intention?
Today’s guest column was written and adapted with permission from author and coach, Stephanie Winslow.
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