Friday, January 21, 2011

A Stranglehold on Clarity

It's so complex and complicated today. The bigger the words you use, the more impressive you sound. The more steps to the process, the more valuable it seems. The more vague the response, the more important the person must be.

All of this interference in our lives depletes us. It weakens us and it keeps us from what's important. Sometimes the complexity is intentional, other times it's not. But it doesn't matter.

We must fight to get a stranglehold on clarity even if it's painful. The more clear it is, the better we can be and the better we'll have it.

Grab for it and don't let go.

Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond

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