Clearly Clarity Counts

When it comes to self-improvement, clarity counts; vagaries dilute. Google reports about a quarter million searches annually on subjects related to self-improvement and personal development. While this amount is not a mammoth number, it does have significance. Billions of dollars are spent by consumers all around the world every single year on some form of self-improvement approach be it a product, service, book or program.
Let’s assume that every purchase made in the name of improving oneself is connected to a goal. Goals can originate from all manner of areas including education, weight loss, improved fitness, job promotion and increased income. Books are purchased, gym memberships are initiated, exercise equipment is acquired and online classes are started. In short, the goal is identified and the solution arrives at the door or in the inbox.
Goals are a natural part of our daily existence. We set a goal to pay off a mortgage or purchase a new car. Naming goals is easy. What seems to be the difficult thing to do is activating the process to achieve the goal. It isn’t enough to identify the goal. It isn’t enough to say, for instance, the destination is New York City. I could dream all day about going to New York City but unless I assemble my resources, purchase my ticket and get on board some form of transportation, I will remain on my spot. I will not be travelling.
• Lack of clarity gets you stuck.
• Lack of clarity contributes to floundering.
• Lack of clarity permits doubt to deny you access to your success.
• Lack of clarity leaves you sitting on the fence wondering what you should do next.

Clarity counts.
• Gaining access to clarity is a big thing.
• Clarity helps set direction.
• Clarity builds confidence.
• Clarity speeds decision-making.
Clarity is precious.
Clarity attracts commitment. Commitment attracts completion.
Completion deserves celebration.
If you agree that clarity counts, what will it take for you to get clear on your goals? Advice does not always turn into practice. Sometimes it’s hard to take that first step. My Consult for Clarity has been the cornerstone of my Coaching Practice for over a decade. It has helped people get from Stuck to Start™ ready to take action in just 90 minutes. Is self-improvement in your future? Is this the right time for you to develop clarity on your goals? Contact Donna today and arrange for your free coaching interview.

Donna Dahl is an energizing and imaginative professional coach with over ten years of experience serving both private citizens and members of the business community. She has written several delightful self-help books in support of self-improvement, personal growth and start-up business development.