In It’s a Wonderful Life, George asks Mary, “What is it you want, Mary? What do you want?”
The question bears repeating in real life as well.
What is it you want?
As I have mentioned in previous posts, I love having targets to shoot at. But sometimes I loose site of those targets and things get a bit muddled up.
What to do, what to do?
Get back on track by identifying what my target is. Often times this requires some fine tuning and/or adjusting as life changes. But that’s okay, because I am reaffirming the target(s) at the same time.
But what if you don’t know what you want?
According to Jennifer Grisham of Everyday Bright, “One of the most undervalued commodities in our society is clarity.”
Really? Interesting thought. And one well worth the trouble of fixing. Because as we have discussed before, you can’t aim at something if you don't have a target. Which means lots of bullets could be flying about willy-nilly and accomplishing very little.
Just putting pen to paper is a huge step towards identifying and understanding what you want. But if you need more help, I’d highly recommend Jen’s blog post on the subject as she has some great tips to share.
Until the next time, may you have creativity and clarity in your day!