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I am familiar with CTFAR (circumstance, thought, feeling, action, results), but I’m wondering if the unintentional model means I don’t like how I feel/actions taken/results, and the intentional model meaning how I would RATHER TFAR.


This is the moment you’ve been waiting for: How to change your thoughts, so you can feel better, take more productive actions, and create the result you want in your life!

The unintentional model is the observation of how you think to create your results currently in your life. If you don’t like the result, you’ve been thinking unintentionally. Intentional thinking is about acknowledging that the way you think creates your results, so now you will start thinking intentionally.

Once you find the thought that creates the results you want in life, you need to practice these thoughts regularly. This way, your brain will get to produce this new intentional thought first when faced with the C instead of the old unintentional thought.