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Every morning when we step out of our homes, we have a clear idea of how we can reach our workplace. This clarity of direction and purpose helps us reach our destination without too many hassles. We plan ahead and leave early to avoid traffic problems and other possible issues.
If we find one road blocked, we take an alternate route in order to reach our destination on time. Deciding comes easy because we have a clear idea of where we need to go.
One of the most important things to know is that in order to succeed in the corporate world, you must know exactly what you want. Remember that clarity is power, and when we have clear goals we also get clear results. With vague goals, we tend to get lost, and end up miserable and confused.
It is a well-known fact that when we have a strong sense of clarity, we are more likely to overcome obstacles and achieve goals. Identifying the focal point of our career will help us maximize our potential with minimal efforts.
Many people owe their success to the clarity of their requirements. Knowing where you want to go helps you accomplish more which, in turn, brings professional satisfaction. Clarity of objectives helps us organize and simplify our professional life. We learn how to develop goals and plans in areas that are important to us.
Clarity helps us determine priorities and better utilize the time that we have. It brings about a single-minded focus so that we achieve optimum results. It brings our professional and personal life under control, and enables us to take our strengths to a higher level. Clarity enables us to think effectively as well as act decisively, the way the most effective of people act. It provides us with the opportunities to excel in our chosen field of operation.
• You must know exactly what you want in order to succeed
• Having a strong sense of clarity helps one overcome obstacles
• A single-minded focus helps one achieve optimum results
Source: C. Sunil Roy, Special to Jobs & Careers
The writer is Senior Manager, Publilink