010 Personal Clarity : Lessons from Monkeys and Saint Paul

December 13, 2015
Recently I realized personal clarity is a misnomer where clarity seems to follow a path of uncertainty long before it ever renders value as a clear direction.  It’s more likely to recognize clarity after making several attempts to accomplish something where you figure out what works and disregard what doesn’t.

More likely you will find clarity is more reflective than predictive in its nature where experience is the result that delivers the expected outcome.
In this episode I share my thoughts on the subject after reflecting upon a statement I made nearly a year ago. Interestingly enough I am still on the journey for clarity where the answer still eludes me. 

Article Mentioned

7 Steps to Gaining Personal Clarity Through Strategic Abandonment - by Tony Teegarden

Scripture Mentioned

1 Corinthians 9:24-27  - NIV Translation, Bible.com

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