Lee Lee McKnight believes in the power of intention and has designed her entire life as such. Nearing her forties, she realized the importance of living in alignment with her personal values, therefore, she puts significant energy out into the world, creating the change shes desires to see. There's a special level of bravery required to create such an intentional life.
Searching for Intention
Lee Lee felt a call to “more,” after years of following along with societal norms. She observed a cultural shift happening, and she wanted in on the action! Women are beginning to recognize the values they hold in the highest regard are often different than what society expects. And that is OKAY! As a result of this realization, Lee Lee founded her business which provides encouragement, support, and community for women living with (or learning to live with) more intention.
First, living intentionally isn’t always easy. It takes work, focus, and determination. Second, you must define your values and realize you have control (empowerment!). Living with intention means you say ‘no’ to the things that don’t energize you. It also means saying ‘yes’ to the things that light you up. Intentional living happens when you aren’t a bystander in your own journey; you take charge and create the life you want to live!
For more on the Power of Intention, check out this blog post.
More About Lee Lee
Lee Lee’s mission is showing women they can live the life they desire. She does this through her business, The Perpetual You. She's also used to be the creator, editor, and publisher of The Perpetual You Magazine (which has featured both The Brave Files as a “Podcast we Love” and Heather's book, Gratitude Journal: Shift Your Focus! where women shared their stories. There's even a Perpetual Blog! Check out this post written by our very own host, Heather Vickery.
And there's more!
As if Lee Lee doesn't have enough, intentional, stuff on her plate – – she's also the co-host of the Mama Now Conversations Podcast. The podcast shares conversations about motherhood, personal identity, and all the messy stuff in between. Essentially, it’s a celebration of life.