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  • Writer's pictureMichele Andorfer

Finding Momentum Through Clarity

Sometimes, we can have all the motivation in the world - and still somehow end up nowhere. It can be disheartening to sink a lot of energy into your something and not see much progression.

Often, this is not due to a lack of skill, determination, or talent. Instead, it comes down to a lack of a clear vision.

Knowing exactly where you want to be and what you want to do, is vital for success. If you are not crystal clear on your destination, you are simply not going to get there. You’ll recognize this problem if you find yourself going on tangents, losing confidence in yourself, or getting easily distracted.

Picture Your Ideal Results

Imagine your journey to success is like crossing a huge lake, covered in sturdy stepping stones. You need to reach the other side, where all your dreams and achievements lie.

If you don’t have a clear vision of how to get to the other side, you might end up spending time jumping onto stepping stones that lead to dead ends, or falling into the water when the distance between two stones is too far.

In other words, it’s a waste of your time and energy to sink your resources into an uncertain path. Instead of progressing in one direction, you’ll jump around from different paths, hopping from one stepping stone to stepping stone, but ultimately staying the same distance away from your final goal.

So what do you need to overcome this? Clarity. You need to plan ahead and decide which stones to jump on before you set out.

Find Support Along the Way

I’m excited to share that I’m working on a course all about this topic. It’ll help you learn how to identify what skills and achievements you have and how to propel them into your next step. You can use your existing talents to launch onto those stepping stones - as soon as you know which ones you should be aiming for!

We also talk about what you want to do, what you want to be, and what you want to have. Gradually, we map out your route across that pond and then break it down further into the individual leaps and jumps, together.

Stay tuned for more announcements about this course, coming soon!



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