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Chelsea Handler's WORDs & Story

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By: Chris Pan, Founder of MyIntent “I spent my twenties wanting people to think I was great. I spent my thirties thinking people thought I was great. I turned forty, and I started wondering what I thought about me.” "I didn't know that my brother's death was defining me." Chelsea’s brother died when she was nine. When he didn’t return, it felt like rejection and a lesson that others should not be trusted or relied on. Through therapy, she has realized, "I define me, No event or person does this. I DECIDE who I am and how I'm going to...


MyIntent at 2018 Teen Choice Awards

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MyIntent at 2018 Teen Choice Awards

August 11th, we were invited to help our community set intentions at the 2018 Teen Choice Awards Luxury Gifting Suite at Dave & Busters in Hollywood, CA..   As a premier sponsor, our MyIntent artisans guided guests to find their WORDs and live-stamped each WORD into their wearable of choice to serve as a daily reminder of what matters most to them. We had so much fun engaging and serving the community the best way we know how--meaningful conversation and positive action.  Can't wait for the next one! Thanks again to GBK Productions for having us!Feeling Inspired?  Explore the various ways in...


MyIntent at the Winter Olympics!

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MyIntent Olympics

Olympians Jazmine Fenlator-Victorian from Jamaica bobsled rocking MyIntent in the Olympic village along with Heather Moyse and Melissa Lotholz from Canada bobsled.

We were honored when Team Jamaica reached out to see if we would be able to help them spread positivity at the Olympic games.  Our team quickly shipped 500 MyIntent pieces to PyeongChang to support Team Jamaica.
Check out Jazmine's inspiring Olympic story:

GIVING TUESDAY

GIVING TUESDAY

This project started by giving - a lot of bracelets!  I had just moved to LA and was seeking community and positivity.  I started hosting events that involved yoga, meditation, singing, and painting.  We would also setup a table with a kit for making intention bracelets.  Asking each other "What's Your WORD?" anchored a meaningful and positive tone for the gatherings. Then my friend and actress Torrey Devitto asked if we would make bracelets at her charity event for orphans with HIV in Africa.  I found 3 friends who volunteered with me and we raised over $2,500 in 3 hours!...

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