In my opinion, what’s lacking on the path toward clarity, and the reason so many business owners struggle to achieve it – might surprise you.
You have to be able to lose your mind.
Wouldn’t you love it to set your thoughts aside at times and feel the creative spirit that brought flowers, seas, or even life? (Technically, it is possible to do that with the psychedelics, but I prefer to be a bit more nimble when I am at BMM.)
How else do we lose or put aside our thoughts in order to escape from the same mindset and the mental rut that blocks our ability to reach those words that are right, the clear view?
Begin by taking the burden off of achieving something and letting your people have their voice. There are many different versions of the personas we consider to be us, isn’t it?
The other day, an employee said to me, “If I wasn’t worried about being true to my brand, I’d say it this way.” Two possibilities are at play in this scenario: her brand’s authenticity isn’t authentic to the people with whom she’s operating or that she’s not yet fully fleshed out her brand to encompass an element of her brand that is a vital and perhaps necessary – ideas.
I would suggest that they enter.
If you’re coming to the point of clarity, let them flow. You are inviting all the non-matching ideas, thoughts, radical rants, enthusiastic adult conversations into the mix.
What do you get from this, and how can it help you gain clarity?
It offers you a variety of options that you would not have thought of when trying to make clear the message you want to convey. It lets you release the lingering screed that’s not for prime time. If you notice your thoughts that you’d prefer not to release in black and white, you could find a gem.
In “find the clear message mode,” we are able to judge with no pause. You and me, and to say whatever that we are feeling, with the judge-o’-meter in an off position, clearing our minds of thoughts that beg for our attention.
And a bit of fun if you’ve been completely crazy in this workout.
This is where the story is headed or where it all began.
A manifesto lays out who you are and what you are. It’s a must.
The very essence of the term, which comes from the Latin manifestum, is evident or apparent. The method of getting one of those awesome infographic-style manifestos you find on the internet is a lot of entertaining.
The ability to have fun while having clarity? Please sign me up.
Let me take the thoughts above and convert them into steps that will get you going.
If you’re in an argument about the people you represent or the ways you differ from others, put your issues aside for now. You are not permitted to bring any of your arguments to this event, no matter the way they dress.
Set aside at least 30 minutes for your first time. Yes, I understand that finding 30 minutes is going to require some effort. However, if you enjoy watching the news and cat or dog videos or are committed to making it in the business world, You’ve got time.
If you don’t have a clear and concise message of who you are serving and the way they’d like to be heard, you’re going to be left with none, not a single.
A manifesto doesn’t need to be a particular way, but in order to reach your goals, you’ll have to begin getting annoyed. What is it that you dislike, and who’s the victim of it?
What is it that makes you want to cry? What can you do to make you feel happy when you are able to cry?
Who do you plan to do it for or with?
What is the truth about you? The answer lies in the things you would most like to keep away from others.
What do you want to share with the world? Write it in a way that is ugly. Screw grammar. Let it pour forth.
Now, I’ll bet you that you’ll be able to follow the procedure. In the next week, I’ll come back to discuss what I can do with all this gold. If you’re an impatient person, you’ll never see gold, only chaos and dreck on the page.
In the present moment, chaos is all we need. Let it fester, grow it into what’s to come.
If you spot the thread of something gorgeous, take it in, and take it away from the trash. It will be used as the second step.
Relax your mind or let it go entirely just for a few minutes.
Clarity is in the works.
Gregory Anne Cox is a creative entrepreneur with a passion for marketing in a way that avoids using bland or boring content, but with a method of marketing that doesn’t rely on “Squishy Language” From becoming an independent writer in NYC as well as the opening of an own eatery located in San Diego, she is also a renowned author. Her most recent publications include “Everything is Food Journal” and “Your Genes Do Not Determine The Size of Your Jeans.” Gregory is now an expert in Online copy assessment, Done For You as well as Speaker and Engagement Services.