Our Society’s New Currency

March 19, 2019

Attention is society's new currencyIntentional attention is our societies new currency. When we invest it wisely, it pays meaningful, long-term dividends. By intentionally and deliberately paying attention to who and what matters, we get the results we want. It might be difficult, but the return on investment in your work, home life and community will be huge.

 

One of the biggest returns on intentional attention is creating defining moments in life, not just for you, but for others. Click To Tweet

 

Now is the time to create a life filled with significant moments you will remember, share, and celebrate and that those moments will include the people you love at home and the people you care for at work. It’s time to be proud of your successes and create an experience in the world you will never forget.

 

Creating significant moments is just the start. Intentional attention pays in so many other ways.

 

Personally: 

  • Deepen relationships
  • Achieve work-life integration
  • Find greater purpose and meaning
  • Create more meaningful memories
  • Increase wealth

Professionally: 

  • Create a laser focus
  • Boost productivity
  • Accelerate results
  • Increase profitability
  • Enhance accountability
  • Grow client-based sales
  • Improve customer satisfaction and loyalty
  • Enrich team dynamic and improve morale
  • Attract and retain top talent
  • Get promoted
  • Heighten employee engagement

 

Globally: 

  • Spread respect and kindness for others
  • Protect vital resources
  • Honor our environment
  • Leave a lasting legacy

 

We all have responsibilities at work, home, and in our community to pay attention. How well does your attention pay?

 

Are you willing to make the investment of your attention to the things that matter most to you? Join the Attention Revolution and commit to being strategic and intentional with what you say yes to. Sign up for my newsletter below and receive tips and inspiration on how to let go of what doesn’t matter, so you can be intentional with what does.

Leave a Reply