Clarity After Commitment....

By: Satish25

If you already know a thing, then there is no need for clarification. It is that which one does not know that causes one to procrastinate, be uncertain or to doubt.
We want what we want, and we want it now. That is how we human beings operate. It is good to have presence of mind and live in the now, but that does not mean that we should demand everything to come into our lives now. Everything that we need now, we already have. God has a set time for everything: To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven (Ecclesiastes 3:1).
My mentor Dr. Ellie Drake and founder of the Braveheart Women Community, uses this quote quite frequently: Clarity after Commitment; and it has helped me a great deal when I am in a situation where I find myself hemming and hawing. Do you know how sometimes we have a tendency to procrastinate or be indecisive? We behave this way for many reasons, some of which are because we are afraid, uncertain, doubtful or lacking faith and trust.
The way to get around this is to make the commitment you are hemming and hawing about, and clarity will come after. Have you ever heard the saying: when the student is ready, the teacher will appear? By committing to something we are showing our readiness. Making commitments help us find our true talents and lead us to our destinies.
When we have clarity, we make wiser decisions, take inspired actions and we are finally able to embrace our calling, enjoy our work and live in balance and harmony.
I have been privileged to be a co-author in a soon to be released book titled: living in CLARITY. Please be on the look out for this book. It has stories from many established authors, inspirational and motivational speakers and philanthropist that will change your life. Below are a few excerpts from the book.
I found that knowing my life’s purpose and my unique talents have been a key factor in knowing how I can best help and serve others. Brenda Blindenbach, page 71
Creating a life is like flying a plane-are you the pilot in your life and control of your circumstances? Or are you a passenger, letting circumstances control you, and allowing someone else to pilot your life to a destination of which you are uncertain of? Dr. Lawrence J. Tham.
After Alex Mandossian loss a quarter of a million dollar on a business deal, he ended up on a park bench for two weeks. From there he made a commitment and clarity followed. Read his Six Steps to Clarity story on page 17.
Read the list of things on that Anthony Robbins got clarity about after he committed: page 65. He has been able to accomplish great things to assist humanity.
I pray that you are living in CLARITY.
Until next time love, blessings & gratitude

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