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Intent and action and me…

Today I am linking to
Two Shoes Tuesday
Yes, it is Thursday.
I tried for Tuesday, but it just didn’t happen.
the prompts this week are
intent–action

I looked up the two words to help decide what to write
and while doing so I learned something about myself.
Not really something new but after looking at the words
how I live and work and my strengths and weaknesses are clear.

  • Intent: noun; object, plan, goal
    Intent: adj; determined, attentive, concentrating, committed, resolute

Yes, that’s me, for sure.

  • Action: noun; acting, doing, execution, effect, influence, process,

Yes, that’s me, sort of.

Let me explain.

Intent

thinkI like and I am good at objectives, having a plan and goal,
I can think it through and find a way to make it happen.
I can concentrate and be attentive to the details,
but I sometimes lose sight of the big picture.
I am determined to get it done!

Action

noworkI can effectively influence others and motivate them.
I can explain how the plan will be executed and the process involved,
I am a thinker and planner and motivator but not a good worker bee.
The actual doing of the plan is best left to others.

  I am more of a thinker than a doer.
But things do get done when I am around.

Images: pixabay

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6 thoughts on “Intent and action and me…

  1. Not to worry about what day you link up your story, TST is always open until the following Monday night, I didn’t post my own story until Wednesday this week. 🙂 I love the way you brought these words to life, and I must say that I am a lot like you in this way, I am an awesome planner and director, not so good at getting things done on my own. I mean well, but often get distracted if left to my own devices. Thank you for a great TST post! 🙂

  2. Love the way you used the pictures of the cats. I can relate to your thoughts. I love to come up with ideas, teach people how to apply the ideas to some sort of change, then back away. New things draw my attention.

    1. Once the idea is hatched and handed over I am done. I don’t like the doing of the plan that’s when I get bored and want to move on.

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