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Chapter 1: Seek clarity
“Clarity is a child of careful thought and mindful experimentation.”
Clarity means understanding who you are, what values you have, and your strengths and weaknesses. It is having a clear vision of the goals you are pursuing and knowing exactly why you want to achieve them.
Nobody has innate clarity, but it can be consciously generated. To gain greater clarity, you need to consistently ask questions, try new things, search through life’s opportunities, and ultimately figure out what is right for you.
As a result, people who are clear about their identity and intentions much more easily perform at a high level despite unpredictable circumstances, distractions, and mood swings. They are more likely to achieve challenging goals and have more fun and satisfaction in the process.
Actions to take
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