7 Best Articles on Clarity
The most useful articles on clarity from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Clarity Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on clarity by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- The Ultimate Guide to Prioritization, Part 1: How to Decide What NOT To Do (When Everything Feels…
- How Questioning Life Will Help You Find Clarity And Purpose
- The voice of sadness is censored as sick. What if it’s sane?
- Nature writing should strive for clarity not sentimentality
- The pyramid of clarity
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The Ultimate Guide to Prioritization, Part 1: How to Decide What NOT To Do (When Everything Feels…
To get clarity on what to do first, you need to get clarity on what not to do first (or even at all!). Become a good procrastinator.
How Questioning Life Will Help You Find Clarity And Purpose
Learn to ask the right questions to change your path and enrich your life as it fuels you to pursue your goals with passion and purpose.
«Once you recognize the imprint you have on others, make the most of the chances to extend your sphere of influence and impact those around you.»
Varying Thought Provides Us Greater Clarity
Successful selling depends upon the acceptance of varying thought and provides us greater clarity. But sales is one endeavor, what about all the rest? Growth in any career and for any business…
The pyramid of clarity
How do you get your company to produce great results? This can be hard, even if your company is comprised of smart, well-intentioned people. It’s hard to get everyone aligned in the same direction,…
Clarity is an underrated skill
I think clarity of communication is one of the most underrated skills as a developer. If the ratio of reading code to writing code is 10:11 then the ratio of talking about code to writing code must be…
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on clarity.
Nature writing should strive for clarity not sentimentality
Too many nature writers descend into poetic self-absorption instead of the sharp-eyed realism the natural world deserves
The voice of sadness is censored as sick. What if it’s sane?
We keep chasing happiness, but true clarity comes from depression and existential angst. Admit that life is hell, and be free
«Heaven is no longer about the transcendental realm, but about attaining a total state of happiness and transforming Earth itself into Heaven in the now.»
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