Category : Clarity

Clarity Work/Life Balance

Business Ownership or Management: Chaos versus Order

Are you subconsciously sabotaging yourself and your business?
“There is an immutable conflict in life and in business, a constant battle between peace and chaos. Neither can be mastered, but both can be influenced. How you go about that is key to success. “
Phil Knight

If you are beginning to feel as though the peaceful times are becoming fewer and further between, you are not alone.

It seems that the world of technology in business today has increased our workload rather than lightened it. New apps, new security breaches to worry about, change to your email programs, your spreadsheets, your communication systems and, groan…your payday.

Day to day living seems to have more rules and regulations, and above all, more costs. We need to read more, think more, understand more and…of course, do more just to get by – never mind get ahead of the game.

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Clarity Values

Are you subconsciously sabotaging yourself and your business?

Money, Your Subconscious, and Sustainable Business Success

“Make the money; don’t let the money make you. Change the Game; don’t let the game change you.”

If you have the idea that wealthy people involved in ‘Big Business’ are mostly arrogant, greedy, or otherwise dishonest, lacking in integrity, and have used underhanded tactics to get where they are, you certainly don’t want to be one of them – do you?

Are you planning on growing your business or making yours the best in the field? And if so, let me ask you: How do you define ‘Big Business’ or ‘wealthy’? What do the terms mean – to you? What companies does it include? Who does it include? Why? And when and where, with what information did you come to your conclusions about ‘big business’ and wealthy people?

If you have a negative reaction to ‘Big Business’, or the people who got wealthy growing them, you may have already subconsciously undermined your own future business success and financial well-being.

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Clarity Goal Setting Work/Life Balance

Learning What Matters In Business

Self-Awareness, Expectations & Outcomes in Work and Life

Self-Awareness, Expectations &
Outcomes in Work and Life

Growth demands a temporary surrender of security. It may mean giving up familiar but limiting patterns, safe but unrewarding work, values no longer believed in, and relationships that have lost their meaning.
-John C. Maxwell

What we say and do in the workplace is often a reflection of how we grew up. Why is this worth noting? The values and behavior habits we developed growing up are often acted out in both our work and home environments.

The more we know about ourselves, what we value in life – and business, the more honest and open we are likely to be with ourselves about what is working, what is not, when we are ‘true’ to ourselves, and when we are not.

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