Jan 15, 2018 - Are you being specific enough? As you contemplate the goals you have set for this year, are they specific enough that they inspire your next steps towards achieving them? When you seek assistance or support from others, are you being specific enough in what exactly you need them to do and why? When you provide your own answers and responses, are you being clear and specific as to the point you are trying to make? Vagueness is the killer of motivation and understanding. As you set out to make your day the best it can be, see how you can have clarity guide your words and your actions.
Take an MM&I Moment to explore how you may be causing confusion within your own mind or the minds of others. Review your goals and consider how you can refine them to be more specific, measurable and actionable with the results you ultimately desire to achieve. As you look through your tasks to be delegated or shared in responsibility, how can you bring more clarity so that everyone is working effectively without duplicity and with more productivity? Ask yourself how you can be more succinct and clear, in order to make what you are trying to accomplish understood and embraced. Your efforts can be catapulted to a whole other sphere when you can express what you want to accomplish with focused purpose. Add a little passion into the mix, and you simply are unstoppable!
Synergized Quote of the Week
"There are few things more powerful than a life lived with passionate clarity." - Erwin McManus
Yours in synergistic thinking,