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Crafting Clarity: the SANE Cycle

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The SANE cycle can help us craft clarity.

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    Crafting Clarity: the SANE Cycle Crafting Clarity: the SANE Cycle Presentation Transcript

    • Crafting Clarity The SANE Cycle
    • Created by Tom Curtis 2012Blog: www.onimproving.blogspot.comPresentations: on www.slideshare.net/onimproving Email: ideamerchants@gmail.comTwitter: @onimproving
    • Consistent Clarity is notaccidental or free. It is paid for in disciple and effort. What follows is a cycle to help us craft clarity. It is possible, lets go and get it.
    • The SANE CycleSetAlignNavigateEvaluate
    • SetTo craft clarity we need to have a goal to fix and focus on. A goal provides a stable point ofreference, a measuring stick for decisions and progress, and a destination to work towards.
    • Align Clarity results from the alignment of our activities,actions, aspirations, and energy to the set goal. This helps usstop doing what we should not and frees time and effort for what we should.
    • NavigateWith alignment, we now need to navigate. To navigate is tochoose and do those activities and actions that fit with the first two phases of the cycle. This phase determines if we reach our chosen goal.
    • Evaluate If we are to keep and improve our clarity and progress, we must evaluate the other threesteps. This may not be pleasant, but it is crucial. Then we must cycle through the phasesadjusting based on what we have learned in our evaluation.