Clarity for Success for business owners that are passionate about Success
Clarity for success, or what some people would call having a Major Definite Purpose or an MDP is essential to have a business or goal accomplished on time and at or above standards.
What I’m going to cover here is basically an overview of:
- What is Clarity for success (MDP)?
- How to create your major definite purpose.
- What should you do after you have created your MDP?
How to Set Up?Your Major Definite Purpose
So, you’re on a mission and you want to accomplish your version of success but you’re not sure where to start, what to do, who to talk to, or how to get this done.
Understandable because I’ve been there.
So let’s get one thing straight before we start.
You’re going to need to commit to whatever it is that you want. ?It’s going to be more of a commitment than you think at first…
…however, IT WILL GET EASIER!
So what does this statement look like?
Here’s a start to the Major definite purpose. ?Notice, you’re going to be very specific to what you are accomplishing to the point of what your future self is thinking, seeing, hearing, etc.
There’s more to this and if you’d like a pdf to this example you can get it here.
In the next three sections, I’ll go over how to set up and carry out your goals and give yourself some clarity for success!To get anywhere in life, a #MajorDefinitePurpose needs to be created and defined. Click To Tweet
How to Create Clarity for Success in?Your Business
There is definitely a right and a wrong way to create your MDP, but the most important thing is that you do this step in the very beginning. ?I’d suggest a couple of things to do when creating your document.
Location, Location, Location
First, find a quiet and distraction-free area in your home or where ever you would go to have some quiet time. ?This includes any electronics that you could be tempted to pick up. ?You don’t need any distractions – yet.
After finding yourself in a place of peace and quiet, begin to think about what you want out of life, business, or the goal at hand.
It could be something like the following:
I want to make $10,000 in the next 90 days, or I want the campaign to reach 1,000 people for cancer research.
Set up a goal that you want to happen in a very specific time period. ?For instance, you could say, that your goal will be complete on Thursday, March 5th, 2015 at 3 pm. ?This will give you a focus that you may never have experienced before.
Next, make sure you are realistic in your goal so that you will succeed. ?What you want to do is create a plan on how to get there – but this comes after you have your MDP set in stone. ?Remember you can adjust your plans to meet your goals faster make every effort to stay the course of your goal / MDP. ?Some people would say that this is playing it safe. ?I disagree because you want to set yourself up for success noa t failure. ?Failure is acceptable in business and everyday life because it’s how we learn and through learning, we can adjust to help us get to our goals.
?Advice On What To Do With Your Major Definite Purpose After You Define It
Here’s where the rubber meets the road, so to speak. ?It’s one thing to clarify your goals and it’s also another to put those goals into action.Getting laser focused and really knowing what your #MajorDefinitePurpose is will take you well into where you desire to go. Click To Tweet
The first thing you want to do is to sit down. Begin to read this out?loud to yourself in the evening before bed and when you wake up in the morning before you start your daily activities. ?This will begin to reprogram your mind/brain to accomplish this goal on autopilot. ?You’ll start making decisions that will directly affect your outcome.
If you forget to do it one day or one morning, be sure to spend an extra couple minutes on soaking this information in on your next session.
If you need an example of a Major Definite Purpose document, you can download a PDF?of how this is set up. ?This can then be edited to fit your scenario for focus and clarity for success!