Your intentions will either make you good life or cost you a good life. Your motivation and passion will drive either outcome. What you are motivated to do or not do is the recipe for the result you are getting out of life. Life at times you must go with the flow to enjoy it or you will take the joy out of it. You should go for a random drive, walk, or run to open yourself up to the possibilities of freedom. This will affect your overall mind and its capacity to feel free so that you can sit down and map out your intentions.
Most people do not consider the impact of self-care and release. Often those who take care of themselves are more likely to produce ideas. Ideas that they can then return to their thinking spot to map out the course of their futures. This will have a better impact on the overall outcomes and will push the odds in your favor to succeed at your plan.
Self-care added to a life of reflection is a strong suit to wear. You must know when to put it on and when to take it off for it to have an effective impact on your goals. See, creating goals is a part of the process of self-care. When you can achieve the goals before you begin to thrive and ride the waves of life with more confidence. Confidence brings joy and kills arrogance.
The people in your life may have the best intentions but if they do not have a specific plan or principles of honor in place, their intentions become fluid. They will improvise to gain an advantage for the best outcomes. If those same improvisations are morally questionable there will be a detrimental blowback in one form or another. The blowback may harm you, others, or the person(s) who greenlighted the actions to support their intention. This is the same for you. This is highly negative impact on the continuity of good faith. You could be this person, or one affected by them. It does not matter it creates chaos because the amoral approach to achieve an outcome.
To avoid the pitfalls of achievement one must have a moral code and a plan. Intentions without a moral code is a recipe for disaster. Think Enron, the 2020 election season, the catholic church and how they hide their indiscretions. This fluidity creates chaos. The next thing you know you have a mass of people storming the halls of your capitol or loss of trust in your denominational approach to your faith in God.
If one stands on strong principles that do not bend and map their plans according to the principles and they never allow themselves to compromise on the set code. They have an opportunity to build something great and lasting. whatever you do in this life. Do it with a code of honor and a respect to the underlining needs of others and yourself.