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CLARITY IS POWER I wish I could say I came up with this, but I didn't. A much smarter person than I said it first, but I'm rolling with it now. It's not enough to say "I want to be successful" or "I want to help people" or "I want to be a good mother or father." In order for us to be able to work towards a goal and a way of life, we must define, with specificity and exactness what that looks like. A big reason we don't have it defined is because on a subconscious level (or conscious level if you have great self-awareness) we are fearful that if we truly define what we want, then we risk knowing we didn't achieve it. It's the fearful mindset that tells us "You can't drop the game winning touchdown if you never get on the field." Man that Fear of Failure thing is a bastard, isn't it? While this negative thinking can be quite common for many of us, I think we all have more to offer the world than sitting on the sideline. Have the courage to give some legitimate thought to what you want out of life, be as specific as you can be. You want to make more money? Exactly how much more? 60k a year, 160k a year, 6 million a year? When we define our hopes and dreams and goals with exactness and clarity, it gives us power to build the game plan to achieve them. It gives us the end game to move toward. It tells us what the "light at the end of the tunnel" will look like. Now sure, things may change along the way, and you re-evaluate and redesign you approach as you continue down the path. You don't even need to know how to get there yet, but you have to set you aim with real, quantifiable, and easy to comprehend goals. And remember, you can only reach "the light at the end of the tunnel" if you are MOVING through the tunnel. Do the work. Get off of the bench and into the game. Learn to love the process. Define your goals with extreme precision and clarity, because: CLARITY IS POWER (10.15.17 - Phillip Andrew) 

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