I was listening to a radio broadcast of Car Talk on Saturday, when the question of when and how to use your directionals came up. The controversy was between a husband and wife, and the wife called the experts hoping for support.
The husband was adamant about not needing to signal his intention when weaving in and out of traffic. His spouse felt that signaling was necessary at all times. You will need to listen to a rebroadcast of the show to hear from Click and Clack.However it did get me thinking about the necessity or benefit of signaling our intentions to others. If you consider it from a driving perspective - using our directionals does at least two things. It conveys our intentions as well as preparing other drivers to be able to proactively respond to our intentions.
What a concept - taking time to proactively think about what we want to manifest in our lives and then taking time through reflection, planning, and communication to signal these intentions to key stakeholders for support and accountability.
What are your intentions for the day/week/year and how are you signaling these intentions to the universe and others so that your intentions can be fully supported?