How To Gain Clarity In Ambiguous Situations
If you're confused, overwhelmed or unsure what it is you're trying to do. If everything's all scrambled up in your head and you are feeling lost. Here's the first thing to do to gain clarity.

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Gaining clarity in ambiguous situations is a skill, but it’s a skill that anybody can get.

If you’re confused, if you’re overwhelmed, if you’re unsure what it is you’re trying to do, if everything’s all kind of like scrambled up in your head and you are lost. The first thing that I would do is start by defining your outcome.

So what do you wanna achieve? What’s the objective? What’s your goal? Make that as clear as possible and then ask the right question. So, what does that look like? How will I do it? What do I need to have in place? What assumptions am I making that I should probably plan and prepare for?

What do I know for definite what don’t I know. Is there anywhere I can go for further context or information? Has anyone done this before? So once you have a very clear idea of your desired outcome, that also helps you figure out what questions need to be asked, and basically starts to define the direction in which you need to go.

Start by getting very, very clear on what the expectation is. And then from there, everything else starts to fall in place.

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