The true price of ambiguity


Take a look back over the past five years of your company’s operations. How does it appear?

A child’s finger painting is as sloppy as this? Ideas that haven’t been fully developed?

Or can you envision yourself pushing on through clenched teeth, day after day simply to pay the bills? As a result, did you spend much of your time going back and forth from one big concept to another?

It’s possible that you’ve paid a price for the ambiguity.

The hidden costs

A lack of clarity is more than disappointment, misguided effort, or wasted time; it is not being where you might have been if you had been pushing all along toward a clearly defined and burning objective.

That’s not to say that there aren’t many ways to learn through undirected experience. It’s true that every concept thrown out, path changed, or time of perseverance endured may provide fresh insights, knowledge, and abilities.

As long as your goal was clear and unchanging, it would be even better to achieve it by dedicating your time and effort to accomplishing it.

The only way to get there is to be very clear about your goals.

Are you looking for a new place to live?

So, can you tell us exactly where you want to be and when you want to get there?

“I want to earn a ton of money” isn’t going to cut it anymore. To begin, I’d want to earn xx million dollars by the year 2020, but that’s a little too self-centered and lacking in meaning.

Making the job of purpose more effective

Prior to being able to clearly articulate an aim, you must first have clearly articulated the purpose, or the why, of your endeavors. When you say, “I believe,” you’re saying it from your heart. Then you’ll be able to accomplish your goal.

Say, for example, ‘By 2020, I want to manage a best practice firm with a sales volume of xx million dollars. As a direct consequence of our efforts, we may expect to see an increase in the quality of life for an increasing number of individuals. For the simple reason that…

It’s clear that you have a clear goal in mind if reading that sentence makes your heart beat, your mind race with focused and purposeful thoughts, and you can’t wait to get more done each day toward it.

Fans want to know precisely why you do what you do and for whom you do it, which is why you should make your intentions clear.

It is now the focus of all of our efforts, from product development to recruiting new employees. When it comes to digital marketing, it all begins with getting it right on the internet.

Unleashing one’s full power

Even if an idea doesn’t work out or you end yourself on the incorrect route and need to reverse course, it’s not because your intentions were unclear or unclear to begin with. It will only strengthen your commitment to make progress in that direction. That’s a fantastic spot to be in.

Entrepreneurs are a diverse group of people.

Amazing despite its flaws. With more potential than most of us will ever be able to realize in our whole lives. Clarity gives us the ability to tap into so much more of our potential than we would otherwise.

Through a Glass, With a Sparkle in My Eyes

Our free six-part webinar series, ‘Clarity – Through a Glass, Brightly,’ is a great place to learn more about the many ways in which clarity manifests itself.

Each episode is an hour-long interview with a different entrepreneur who has spent much more time honing their craft than the required 10,000 hours to become an expert in their area.