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How to Have More Clarity

Sharon Capehart
 


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Mental clarity is very important no matter what age or creed you are. Clarity is even more important when you have big decisions to make or if you have a very stressful job or business. Having clarity will certainly take a little work on our part. When you have clarity, it makes you more effective and efficient. You become more productive and successful when you have time to gather to think clearly.

To clear your mind, you should take care of your physical body. Exercise is one of the best things to keep a clear mind. Walking can be so therapeutic. You don't have to do any rigorous exercises. All you need is time alone with yourself to reflect your day and your life. If you are not physically fit, you may constantly remain tired and your mind will not be clear enough to think important things through. A fatigue mind is not one that will give you enough clarity to do all the things that you were meant to do. You will have a difficult time concentrating if you are too tired.

When you are healthy, had enough rest and in physically fit, your mental clarity is at an all time high. If you take care of your body, your mind will function much better. Physical exercise certainly has a positive effect on mental clarity. Reading is also another key to mental clarity. The more you read, the more you get to understand about life in general and possible what you want out of life. Knowledge is always empowering to the mind and so I would encourage you to do more reading as much as you can.

Having a good judgment and discipline in your life is also important aspect of enhancing mental clarity. Writing down things is another way to be clearer on what you have to do or accomplish. Be more organized. Having good organizational skills and learning how to de-clutter helps to give you a better perspective on your life.

Additionally, setting goals will help you to advance towards your vision and purpose. If you set goals for yourself, you will have a road map and see your life more clearly. Following that blue print or road map will give you a better perspective on where you want to go.

Most of us go through life in a clutter of running here and running there and not having a clear direction to our day or our life. This can be also solved by keeping a journal. A journal is a means to write your thoughts down. When your write things down it makes it more real and allows you to pay closer attention. A journal also gives you a chance to look at your written thoughts, examine them and be able to make decisions that are wiser and clearer.

Discuss things that are of concern to you with your family and friends. Have them give you ideas and confirmation in what you are thinking.

Sharon Capehart, Empress of Empowerment makes it her mission to “wake up" women everywhere to the incredible potential they have long forgotten they possess. She is the author of “The Power 2 Be You!, " creator of “A Woman's Path to Success" as well publisher of the FREE Power Up! ezine. Sharon will help you build a solid foundation of confidence, cultivate a success-oriented mindset, and walk with you on your journey to a life filled with Passion, Excitement and Personal Power. For more information and FREE (ezine, blogs, articles, etc) resources please visit http://www.positivelywomen.com

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