I’m terrible about not reading the fine print.  It’s in the fine print that I find out what my rights, boundaries and limitations are.

I’ll see something that I like, order it and not be satisfied with it because I didn’t fully read the description or fine print.

Clarity is very important.  It means to have a clear understanding.

While it’s important to have clarity in making purchases, it more important when handling the multi-facets of our lives: money, relationships, professional decisions and yourself.

I was having a conversation with an acquaintance of mines a few days ago.  We we’re both talking about how as we’ve gotten older, we’ve learned to know who we are.

This just simply means that we have clarity on our capacity, our limitations, what we like, what we don’t like and we’re not afraid to verbalize it 😊.

It’s important to understand what your financial situation is instead of ignoring it and spending money that you don’t have.

It’s important to understand your relationships as to how they are defined and the boundaries that need to be set.  It’s equally as important to know when it’s time to let go of a relationship.

It’s important to understand the consequences of any professional decisions made.  Will it require more of your time?  Is the extra time worth putting other areas of your life in jeopardy?

I’m sure you get the point.

Get understanding about any decisions before you make your final decision.

What are some ways you can get clarity before making a decision?

  1. Pros and Cons – Weigh the pros and cons of a decision. This is just a good starting point.  It will help you to know whether something makes sense for you or not.
  2. Past Experiences – Base on any past experiences that you’ve had, what would be the wise decision to make?
  3. Current Circumstances – Base on your current circumstances how would this decision affect your current situation? Would it affect it negatively or positively?
  4. Future Goals – Base on your future goals, does this decision support your goals, hinder your goals or just completely derail your goals?
  5. Family/Others – If you have family or other people to consider, how does the decision affect them?

Have Clarity and Be Blessed