Introduction to Follow Through Strategies

In the previous course, you learned that intentions don’t implement themselves. They simply lack the power they need to overcome the resistance we usually feel to doing what we intend to do. So, to make your intentions effective, you have to manually take a second step to give them enough power to get the job done.

In this course, you’ll learn about seven strategies you can use to take this essential second step, and by doing so, position your intentions for success. These strategies build on what you learned in the previous course about why good intentions so often fail and what it takes to make them more effective.  

These Strategies Not Only Work, They Teach

Each follow through strategy takes a different approach to making intentions more effective. Some strategies may appeal to you more than others, but I urge you to learn about all of them. That’s because each strategy is more than just a practical tool. Each teaches a different follow through principle. Each shines a light from a slightly different angle on how intentions work and on what it takes to make them work a whole lot better.

Your Follow Through Toolkit

Just think of these strategies collectively as your follow through toolkit. In the same way that a home improvement job might require a hammer, a screwdriver and a drill, some intentions might benefit from a combination of strategies. With your toolkit and a little bit of practice, you’ll be ready to make virtually every intention you adopt more effective. 

Check out Resources:

Don't forget to check out and make use of Resources available to Follow Through Master Program enrollees. These guides and tools, including the Intention Management System and Vault, are designed to reinforce, amplify, and help you apply what you learn in the courses. You can access Resources anytime — before, during, and after the courses.