Stop following conventional wisdom and start pursuing your own definition of success.
In his groundbreaking book Intentional Wisdom, Sean Rosensteel teaches you how to start living intentionally in a relatable, understandable way.
By taking the same elements you already learned throughout your experiences in school and applying them to your own life in the “real world,” you can get to wherever it is you’re looking to go faster and easier than ever before – even if you don’t know where that is just yet.
Within these pages, you’ll learn how to:
- Discover what truly matters (Chapter 1: Subject Areas)
- Objectively assess your progress in life (Chapter 2: Progress Reports)
- Identify your highest priorities (Chapter 3: Homework Assignments)
- Organize around your priorities (Chapter 4: Lockers & Backpacks)
- Live proactively instead of reactively (Chapter 5: Study Hall)
- Make the most of your time each day (Chapter 6: Structured Days)
- Eliminate your major distractions (Chapter 7: Classroom Environments)
- Envision a compelling future by defining clear, meaningful goals (Chapter 8: Majors, Minors & Electives)
- Overcome procrastination when it’s holding you back (Chapter 9: Lesson Plans)
- Course-correct throughout the year when life gets off-track (Chapter 10: Retreats)
- Accelerate your success (Chapter 11: Office Hours)
- Take your learning and growth to an entirely new level (Chapter 12: Extracurricular Activities)
After experiencing a wake-up call at twenty-eight years old, Sean believes we're going to one day wonder whether we passed or failed at this beautiful thing we call “life.” If this is true, what steps can we take now to give us that inner knowing we’ll pass life’s final examination?
A great place to start is by following the practical approach described within these pages. This is the exact same approach that radically transformed Sean’s life, as well as the multitudes of individuals and groups he has been blessed to serve over the years.
You can break free from conventional wisdom and follow intentional wisdom instead.
Isn’t it time you pursued your own definition of success?