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It's Not Answers You're Looking For, But Clarity
Answers change, clarity is directional
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It’s a time of personal reflection for me so this week’s edition will be dedicated to inspiring some overall life perspective…
…to which I start with the title in mind. You may always be looking for answers, but I say one should consider looking for clarity.
What’s the difference?
Answers are solutions to current moments…. and moments change from one minute to the next… from one experience to the next. What makes sense today, may not be applicable tomorrow.
Clarity is understanding… it leads to intentional direction because you are able to see the bigger picture of things… today, tomorrow and beyond.
Clarity is timeless.
Clarity is “knowing.”
Clarity is a “feeling.”
Clarity is faith in action without having all the answers but sureness in the direction of an outcome.
Seek clarity and be flexible with the answers.
In a recent conversation with a close friend and mentee, we spoke about some important questions relating to what occupies our time and our heart…
… where are we spending our time because time was gifted to us from God and what are the things that we spend too much time focusing on that steal that time?
This led to several other questions, to which 3 of those I will pose to you below.
See, thinking about these things grounds us into how we live our days, how we bring our purpose to the world and how we spend our waking hours.
So, with that, this week, in order to become “clearer”, I want to propose three questions below in this week’s letter… 3 questions that may help you find what you’re seeking.
And… if you feel inclined to do so, please comment with your answers!!
Read this week’s Simplify, Multiply, Diversify below…👇🏼
What do I need to do less of in regards to the things that are only holding me back… what do I know is hard to let go of and I know that I am better than and I need to get rid of?
Who is bringing me closer to the reason I’m here and who is bringing me farther away?
What are the things that I should have worked on more this past year… that I know I can do better in?
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