No matter your goals, I believe this strategy will make an impact on both the day-to-day and macro levels.
In case you have no idea who I am, let me give you a little background information about myself. I used to be a professional dancer by the name of El Tiro. I danced for T-Pain and got to tour the world with him! The Adrian in the middle is probably the Adrian you know now — an internet side hustle dude. Lastly, the picture on the right is me and my current new adventure. As you know, I live in a van and am traveling across the states living my best life.
Okay, now that you know a little bit about me, let’s get into the good stuff… learning to train your mind.
Living With Intent
What is intent? Intent can be defined as the “state of mind in which an act is done”. That’s powerful! Before you do anything, you often unconsciously make the decision to do it. You can set the intention of what you’re going to do and how you’re going to do it all in your head!
Living a life of intent can be dissected into three categories: habits, focus, and progress. I promise you that when you operate a life with intent, you can create richer experiences, better relationships, and improved quality of life.
When the tour with T-Pain ended, I decided to get a job at a call center. I only made $27,000 a year. This made me extremely emotionally and financially stressed; I was lost. My purpose and intent regarding how to live each day or how to spend my time were gone.
Now, let’s say you dropped everything and went all-in on self-help. Even if you bought every single course that ever existed and bought every single book ever written, there would still be zero guarantees that your life would be changed. Isn’t that kind of scary? While I can’t guarantee that self-help books will enlighten you, I can guarantee the formula for failure. When I think back to…