Today, I’m grateful for clarity.
Clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; freedom from in distinctness or ambiguity.
Clarity improves connection and engagement because it increases trust and transparency. Clarity exposes purpose by unveiling expectations. Clarity tells people exactly what you want, who you are, and what you will tolerate.
Clarity reduces frustration resulting from perceptions and judgement. No matter what you say say it with clarity and purpose. You’ll be happier with the results.
When your brain is foggy and you’re riddled with indecision, it’s hard to make choices that get you to where you want to be.
You find yourself where you can’t finish a thought, let alone anything on your to-do list.
Without clarity, it’s easy to talk yourself out of things and get frustrated when you can’t focus. You’re more likely to give in to your limiting mindset and forget about the goals you’re working towards.
For this reason, one of my daily goals is to start and finish my day with clarity. With a clear mind, I feel more positive, productive, and content.
Clarity allows you to see things as they are. It gives you the awareness to appreciate the little things that often go unnoticed so you can feel more content with what is.
“Clarity is power.” - Anthony Robbin