For my clients, making a choice can be difficult. They are always full of not just good ideas, but great ones. So asking them to choose one great idea over another is really tough. While it might seem obvious that a personal vision statement can be an effective guide, most people don't have one. My theory is that it's hard to create one. I work with my clients to develop a vision statement that truly represents why they do what they do, what they do and how they do it so that they can have more clarity more often. Here is an example of my vision statement. Each day, I will work on puzzles with people who are willing to shift and be vulnerable so they can become unstuck. I do this by being compulsively curious, listening deeply and sharing experiences.