Last week, in the U.S., we had an election. So much of what I write about and what we coach centers around intention—making a choice to show up in a certain way, to affect people, to move them or make a change.
Nothing is more intentional than voting—that is, if you want it to be. Like anything else, you can default to a decision that doesn’t require much action on your part, you can not choose, you can take the path of least resistance. Or you can do your homework, engage in our democracy, and make a choice that requires you to show up.
And of course, we get to keep showing up, even when it’s not Election Day.