Sounds easy, right? The problem behind the issue of clarity is that most people do not know what they truly want. Hard to believe, right?
Ask someone what they want and they will say a lot of money, a great job or business, good friends, a happy life. Sounds good right? The challenge is to say how much money you want, what type of business you want to start, where you job will be and what you will do at that job as well as determine what constitutes a good friend. As to a happy life, happiness is a choice, although I would think that if you were very clear on what you want you might choose to be happy.
All this requires planning. Many people do not like to plan; they let what comes to them be enough. Or they might complain that what comes to them is not what they wanted; again, a plan is vital.
What do you think is standing in the way of you getting what you want? What are the distractions in your life? Are you looking for the newest, shiny object everyone else is talking about?
Start with how you want your life to be. Where do you want to live? Is there someone or something standing in your way that clouds your judgement? Write this all out and use this information as a guide to help you achieve more clarity so you can see what you want, then get it. If you don’t know what it is, you will not recognize it when it shows up.
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