Understanding the “Why” Produces Clarity
You must know why you do what you do, which requires that you understand the purpose and value of all that you do.
Chapter 2 discussed the importance of having clarity about your vision, which enables you to identify and pursue opportunities more rapidly. But think about that word, clarity? What does it really mean? What does it mean to you?
To research definitions of the word is an exercise in trying to understand something intangible, critical, and personal. It’s a perception, it’s a process. Some people describe clarity as a special focus that permits them to see, without impediments or biases, ...