The Tremendous Power of Clarity

If you don’t know where you’re going any road will get you there

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  • East is a direction. The tip of the Empire State Building is a specific destination.

1. Goals should have a yes/no quality to them

If someone asked you if you’d reached your goal, you should always be able to answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ without any doubt. That means that your goals have to be measurable and specific.

2. Write down your intention

There’s a magical experience around writing something down. We think thousands of different things every day — so many things, in fact, that stuff tends to get lost. Writing your goal provides some separation from all the other things you have going on. It provides relevance.

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