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Live with intention

Taking the time and energy to engage in life is a far better way of living than to drift through life with no sense of intention.
BY CHARLOTTE LANKARD For The Oklahoman Modified: July 22, 2013 at 4:30 pm •  Published: July 23, 2013

Her husband and son joined her again this year at the World Domination Summit in Portland, Ore. They not only heard a variety of inspiring speakers but joined arms with 618 other folks to set the world record for the longest human floating chain. They are now listed in the Guinness World Records.

At the end of July, she will travel deep into the jungles of Costa Rica to spend four weeks in training to be a yoga teacher.

Tisha Tate is one of the best examples I know of living life with intention. No drifting through life sideways for her. Not all of us can do what she is doing, but we can learn from her.

She says, “I am a work in progress, living the questions but believing when nothing is certain, all is possible. The moment I complete something monumental and challenging in my life, the next project suddenly becomes more accessible.”

If you need a speaker for a group of adults or a classroom of kids, her email is

Charlotte Lankard is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice. Contact her at