The Clarity Factor

Helping smart people focus
on the things that really matter.
Learn how to Create Clarity amidst Chaos, 
Wisdom within Confusion.

It's a bit like the game of snakes and ladders.  The more we act from clarity, the more ladders we climb.  The more from chaos, the more slippery slopes to manage.

It's pretty clear that we are living in a fast paced society with health and earnings challenged in new ways than ever before.  We need to be able to stand on our own two feet and make decisions and actions in a calm confidence that serves us in many unknown situations.

There are four typical cycles people get themselves caught up in that leads to chaos for them:

  1. Wished they felt more confident in their decisions.

  2. Lose time behind closed doors worrying and paralysed what to do next.

  3. Wishing their earnings reflected their effort.

  4. Finding they are often in 'brain shutdown' - half the brain is panicking and the other half isn't listening.

  5. Ideas not transferring into actuality.

My interest is in having people 'Make It Real'.  
Turning what might seem impossible into

reality, by realising that what they are thinking

IS becoming reality.  
 

The realisation 'That We Think' turns what once
was wishing into being clear about when you are
uncovering fresh wisdom to act on.

Through my international cycling competitions, my professional life, business ownership and personal life challenges I came to see deeply what I speak of here.  Yes, I have been studying, researching and working alongside a variety of different professionals, yet what I share is anchored in a whole lot of personal experience.

Having clarity means that your progress and results improve such that you then find yourself in a purposeful, clear direction. You then take action with confidence and find each time you elicit and action like this, the percentage shifts from living in chaos to living in clarity.  The postivie rewards are evident and obvious.

As much as one may try, you don't actually think yourself into this position.  Instead it requires Resilience (Fresh Thinking), Clarity and Action - which then returns Direction, Purpose and Confidence once you see the progress that unfolds as a result.

Why CLARITY ?
Chaos in our thinking, creates chaos when actioned.  

We all think.  We all can create chaos.  That's easy done.  It is the degree to which we realise this and know how to tell when we are there that determines the outcome of our actions.

It's the same with clarity, yet there is a point critical that is subtle and often unknown that determines whether you recognise where you are and which side of the fence (chaos or clarity) you step into and act from.

the clarity factor

copyright Terrie Sanders.

copyright Terrie Sanders.

Who is this program for ?
  • Small Business Owners

  • Retiring Sports People in transition - setting up new life direction.

About the program:
  • Builds foundations for you to realise how to thrive with calm confidence.

  • Supportive envi

What does the program involve ?
  • 5 x 1.5hr (one per fortnight) Private Skype mentoring sessions with Terrie 

  • 3 x 30minute Check-Ins with Terrie

  • Email contact  ?

  • Access to the Clarity Factor Curriculum

  • The Clarity Factor Book

  • BBSH Book 1

  • Weekly worksheet ???Accountability

Your Investment
  • $5,000  + GST.

Why this, why now, why you...green sheet & positioning matrix?

Terrie works with people who:

  • want to keep their cool in the middle of crisis and take action from wise decisions

  • want to be organised and earning through their own clear direction & calm confidence

  • want to achieve and succeed through a healthy human understanding of interactions and perceptions

  • want to arrive at the end of their current business plan with both their business, their lives and themselves in a healthy position, and even better - better positioned than where they are now financially and personally.

  • want to give themselves their best shot at their business, career, life change.

Not only focus on finding the high value items to focus on (rather than the low value tasks, you also need to recognise 'the golden thread'.  The one thing that needs your attention, resolution, decision.  That means a whole lot of other things fall into place, or don't cascade into more work or problems.

When cooking - focus on your own recipe and cooking.  If you are always looking over and telling someone else how to cook their dish 2 things happen.  You burn yours and they don't learn how to cook.

quote - The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor reports a staggering 100 million businesses launch every year. Just as astounding, the StartUp Genome Report shows that 92% of startups fail in their first three years. Management incompetence, insufficient capital, and overexpansion are among the most common diagnoses given for startup failurexbut these are mere symptoms of the fundamental problem.

quote - Many startups get derailed because they don’t get their brand right. They rush into the marketplace thinking that a creative name, cool logo, and pithy tagline are all they need to launch their product idea. But the business isn’t grounded in a strategic foundation that provides the internal focus and clarity and external relevance and differentiation it needs to survive the myriad of challenges and threats facing new brands, much less to thrive as the business scales. Soon enough, the upstart finds it’s not attracting customers or investors, so it retrenches, plots a pivot, and tries (and fails) again—insanely doing the same thing over again expecting a different result

quote - Our inboxes, browsers, and smartphone screens are filled with jargon-laden, meandering drivel. Why can’t people get to the point and say what they mean? This is a pervasive problem that erodes all of our productivity, and I can prove it. I surveyed 547 businesspeople just like you—people who write at least two hours per day for work, outside of email. Here’s what they told me. First off, they average 46 hours per week spent reading and writing for work. Consuming and creating text has become a full-time job. Taken together, the email, Web pages, reports, and social media posts we all create and consume have taken over our time at work.te - 

There are four typical cycles people get themselves caught up in that leads to chaos for them:

  1. That they wished they felt more confident in their decisions.

  2. That they lose time behind closed doors worrying and paralysed what to do next.

  3. Wishing their earnings reflected their effort.

  4. Finding they are often in 'brain shutdown' - half the brain is panicking and the other half isn't listening.  

And specifically for small business

  1. Feeling the uniqueness they started their business around has been lost and is instead a mechanism of other people's recommendations and acceptable business practice.

  2. Confused as to when your idea should be actioned vs building and trusting your employee and team initiatives.

  3. When to 'step-up' and when to 'step-back' in your conversations and interactions for a wise outcome.

That's a whole lot of wishing, losing, confusion and dreaming. My interest is in having people 'Make It Real'.  Not turning dreams into reality, but realising that what they are thinking IS becoming reality.  The realisation 'That We Think' turns what once was wishing into being clear about when you are uncovering fresh wisdom to act on.

Through my international cycling competitions, my professional life, business ownership and personal life challenges I came to see deeply what I speak of here.  Yes, I have been studying, researching and working alongside a variety of different professionals, yet what I share is anchored in a whole lot of personal experience.

  1. That they could (and need to be) more efficient which would save them time and money.

  2. Always something to be done.

  3. Need to look after myself more – no way, too busy, no time

  4. Work is so demanding

  5. Never enough hours in a day.

And this is true.  Work can be demanding, defeating, crisis fighting, exhausting and involve you in extended working hours.

One of the effective strategies to date has been to teach people to focus on their high value tasks, and to delegate or place low value tasks within the job description of someone else more fitting for that action.

The Clarity Factor underpins even the high value tasks.  Find clarity, and it is so clear what to do you don't even have to spend time thinking about whether it is a high or low value task.  It is just clear.

Having clarity means that your progress and results improve such that you then find yourself in the following position:

  1. What shall I do next...

  2. Which is the next golden thread

  3. I feel strong and ready

  4. Enough for now, I'll take a break

  5. Looking forward to my day & pleased with my achievements.

As much as one may try, you don't actually think yourself into this position.  Instead it requires Resilience (Fresh Thinking), Clarity and Action - which then returns Direction, Purpose and Confidence once you see the progress that unfolds as a result.

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