Stop Trying To Motivate Yourself — Use Inspired Intention To Achieve Your Goals Effortlessly

What is inspired intention? It’s what separates those who push themselves through motivation from those with true purpose, true passion, and true aspiration.

In this video, Vishen Lakhiani, founder of Mindvalley explains how you can move towards your goals effortlessly leaving motivation behind.

About the Video

Success may look different for everyone. But the pursuit of success has a familiar blueprint for all of us. We’ve all done it — from to-do lists to five-year plans, we budget our money, our time, and our energy toward stepping ever closer to that goal we see shimmering on the horizon.

But there may be a fundamental flaw in our blueprint for success. 

In this video, Vishen Lakhiani shares the problem with motivation and introduces the concept of inspired intention instead. Inspired intention helps drive the passions that truly ignite us for a profound form of motivation unlike anything we’ve ever experienced.

He shares more about this interesting perspective in the video above.

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Are you pulled towards your goals or pushing towards them? Share it with us in a comment below!

Michael Beckwith

Michael Beckwith

Michael Beckwith is a sought after meditation teacher, conference speaker, award-winning author, and internationally renowned spiritual teacher.

He teaches Mindvalley’s free Masterclass on The Power of Visioning, which he created to help you fully embrace your connection to the divine and let the Universe serve through you.

Beckwith founded the Agape International Spiritual Center, a trans-denominational community of thousands of local members and global live streamers, which is highly regarded for its cultural, racial, and spiritual diversity. He also participated alongside the Dalai Lama and other New Thought Ministers in The Synthesis Dialogues.

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