We continually analyze the results of our work, and often compare them to the work of others in similar markets as ours and our clients. While we pride ourselves on creating efficiency (the biggest bang for the buck), there is something else that keeps popping up over and over again – intention.
We are a boutique consulting firm with a limited number of clients. Sometimes we’re hired for specific things that we do well, while other times we’re brought in to help create and implement more strategic plans. Regardless of our role, we put a hefty amount of intention behind our work, whereas we have noticed other people or companies that seem to be simply going through the routine as if it were a common action that doesn’t require much thought.
There has been considerable research done into the field of the power of thoughts and intentions, such as the works highlighted by author Lynne McTaggart in her books. There is overwhelming evidence to show that the intention behind an action can have an impact on the outcome.
I have personally witnessed and experienced this time and again. For example, one of our clients has noted how his staff is amazed that their phones ring more and the sales are higher just by his presence in the office.
We put this kind of intention behind what we do, and it shows with our clients, whose feedback continually mentions how they love being able to out-perform competitors despite spending a fraction of the amount. Of course some of this is due to planning and execution of the overall strategies for them, but it is also attributable to the intention we put behind our work compared to others simply going through the motions of their routine.
Intention goes beyond metrics, and it shows in the quality of the end results. Contact us today if you’d like a free consultation to see how we might be able to help your business.