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Clarity Creates Purpose with Passion

Clarity Creates Purpose with Passion

  In a previous Maturity Matters, we discussed how true leadership presents inspiration, vision, strategy and stewardship.  In doing so, leadership really creates clarity. It all starts with becoming clear about the values we want to demonstrate and impact we want to create.  I believe it was Anthony Robbins who first suggested that the quality of our life is revealed through the quality of the questions that we ask. Isn’t that a great observation? Quality Questions Let’s start with asking what we ultimately want to experience and produce in this life.   When we first ask ourselves to define the ultimate higher-end intentions we want to demonstrate and experience, then the strategies, tactics and tools are more easily unveiled. So what are the higher-end objectives?  Responses typically include: Feeling Connected Being Engaged Expressing and Receiving Love Standing In-Service Promoting a sense of Well-Being Staying Safe Supporting Autonomy Living with Dignity Think about the professionals and businesses serving you.  In what way do their products and services contribute toward your experience of these higher-end aims? Do the financial, accounting, or legal products, plans and advice help to create safety, autonomy and dignity? In what way does the move organizer and real estate agent support your feelings of connection and engagement? How do your home care or health care providers serve your sense of well-being? Most importantly, do they even know that their products and services need to align with goals bigger and grander than just a plan or transaction?  If not, do you need to find a business that does? Provocative questions. You Don’t Do What You Think You Do My...