Message: Study For Clarification

My dear,
It is beautiful to set targets, but it is also beautiful to distinguish the difference between haste and speed.
Always be conversant with the requirements of your operations before setting out.
A better strategy is always more efficient than zeal without information.
Study your products carefully, for clarification, before stepping out to market them.
You should be enlightened enough about a subject to be able to enlighten another person.
Are you wondering why you are not as efficient as you intend to be?
Have you been able to convince yourself about your products and strategies even before stepping out?
How you feel about yourself and about your plans often affects your results.
Sensitive people can sense your fears and doubts.
Be confident about what you have to offer and people will become willing to patronize you.
One way to build confidence is to truly study and be certain.
Study for clarification.
Be certain about what you want to achieve and also be certain about how you want to go about it.
Try not to be too rigid because opportunities that you never thought about could arise.
Be observant and be sensitive enough to grab every opportunity that comes your way.
In whatever field of endeavour you belong, ensure that you are neither limited by mediocrity nor restricted by negligence.
Don’t be held back by either doubt or uncertainty.
Make all the clarifications that you need for yourself. The confidence that you get from clarification will propel you to become convincing.
It takes a conviction to convince.
Study for clarification, convince yourself then step out.
Your conviction will sell your products or services.
In my opinion, conviction is more efficient than effort.
What is your conviction about studying for clarification?

Nnamonu Tochukwu.
Teecee.
A message to you, my dear. If you want people to like you, you must first of all like yourself. Likewise, to sell a product or to market a service, you must be conversant with it’s features, scope, methodologies and results. This message could be useful for marketers, politicians, bachelors, spinsters, ministers, musicians, artists, writers, comedians, presenters, photographers, consultants, teachers, producers, actors, actresses, doctors, engineers, architects and numerous other occupations, professions, organizations or individuals that have expectations from clients, customers, suitors, employers, colleagues, partners, admirers, etc.
Every field of endeavour requires some sort of study and a whole lot of conviction. Give the best or all of what your field requires, if you want to receive the best or all of what your field offers.
Message: Study For Clarification

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About teeceecounsel

Who am I really? Can that be defined yet? Probably by the time I'm long gone and all the pieces of my activities are compiled and analysed then you can know what you want to know about me. Meanwhile, I write. Not because I love writing but because I love people. I love to care and love to share. I'm a deep thinker and I love to believe in the impossible. The ideal is attainable and a shot at it must be given. Don't say 'It won't work' rather ask 'how will it work? Nobody is ever doomed unless they made the choice. To resist good and to adopt evil is already doom. To loose hope is to choose doom but to believe that every step is a passing phase leading towards your hope is to choose progress. I may go on and on but my posts say it all. I don't force you to agree, I only say enjoy!
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6 Responses to Message: Study For Clarification

  1. “Be certain about what you want to achieve and also be certain about how you want to go about it.” There’s an expression in my country that says: donde pone el ojo, pone la bala…roughly translated: where he puts his eye, he puts the bullet…right on target with your words ๐Ÿ™‚ “The confidence that you get from clarification will propel you to become convincing.” Tell me about it! Sometimes I’ve got so much information, some support each other, some contradict…however all guide me and, as you well say, they give me confidence to stand in front of groups of very inquisitive teenagers and speak and convince which in turn gains me their trust in things that go beyond the academic… So happy you got a chance to write this post…

  2. kalabalu says:

    what..how..why..when..where ..get all the “w”s you need to understand and know..then go ..with speed..haste makes waste..and we are trying to save..aren’t we ?

  3. Jill says:

    My conviction about studying for clarification is strong, I have a deep sense of the importance of this topic and how it has applied to me personally.
    We can best support our buyer, user when we understand the details of our product.
    We must know the details because everyone’s intentions will be different and may need something from the product that it either is or not; best to know what it is or isn’t.
    There is always something new to find and clarify, always a process of continuing to refine!
    Belief in product, program, process stated with authenticity and clarity of the content = sales.

    • You are right on point. I agree quite a lot with you.
      Clarity makes for precision, precision attracts confidence and a combination of all would result in proficiency.
      Experience is not only in the duration of time spent in some training or working process but also the knowledge, skill and intuition garnered through it all.
      It is good to study, to observe and to comprehend the workings of a system in order to maximize the potencials that it can offer.
      I appreciate your rich contribution of ideas that affirm my thoughts.
      Thanks for stopping by once again.

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