Being Vague

Being vague is an ice cream cone,

appealing in appearance

but quick to melt away.

 

Being vague is a like naming a destination,

but not supplying a road map

on how to get there.

 

Being vague is like watching a movie

after reading a book,

and saying to yourself,

“that’s nothing like I actually had in mind.”

 

Being specific is awkward

and nerve-wracking.

It limits your audience.

It changes the conversation

from something generic

to something unique &

individualized.

 

Specific problems

have specific solutions.

Specific goals

have specific means to achieve them.

 

Yes, being vague will get you more “likes”

but being specific will get more results,

more ultimate satisfaction in life.

 

You are free to choose either,

just choose wisely =)

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