Experience, is what you do with what happens to you. This means in a nutshell that without intelligence you don't "have" experience. Since beyond reaching your goals or failing in them to succeed, there is a second dualism. The one of inhibition which sets intentions to be part of a masterplan. Being the master of action. The selector. Intentions become tools this way, like movements. Often in involvement and distribution with others. Yes, intention is choice in this higher dualism. It is deliberation.
Sometimes aspects come into being out of social force. Implementation is most easy put in balance by social demand and construction. This is intention in action. Which is present-oriented. From the moment you use this within representation you deal with prior intention which is not much different from intention in action, in, implementation. Still, this approach is future-oriented. Which makes it more severe, and pragmatic. Even when intention in action is more realistic. Not thinking too hard is typical for a future-oriented philosophy. Even when thought is used as a means. From the moment hard thinking is there, the past is hold on to.