Whatever your goal is, make sure it is crystal clear if you want to succeed. Clarity is one of the critical factors that can make the difference between failures and success.
Why does clarity matter?
When you begin discovering personal development and your ability to improve, you will naturally want to experience this for yourself. But if you are unprepared, you may set very vague goals.
Vague goals sound like this:
The problem is not the goals or intentions but how they are set. While you may think you know what you want, do you? If you lose weight, how do you want to do that? Will you eat less, work out more, or both? If you want to earn more money, will you ask for a raise, look for a better job or start your own business?
When you clearly define your goal, you automatically know where to start and what you need to do. But when your goals are vague, you have no idea what you’re supposed to do.
Vague goals have this problem: they do not tell you what to do, when, or how. They also do not explain if there are any deadlines or conditions.
Here are the problems you are likely to encounter if you set vague goals:
What happens once you set clear goals?
These were the realizations of John Tran, a copywriter who went through several sessions with Hassan. Realizing the importance of clarity in his life, he was able to meet his higher self and is now ready to conquer the world with his clear mind.