The right tool at the right time.
If we’re honest with ourselves, we all wish that some parts of life were better, yet we’re rarely successful in making lasting changes. Either:
OR, the urgency is there, but
Window of Clarity’s purpose is to be the pathway connecting those who are ready to change, with the right tools (and support) to help them maximize their desire to grow – our transformation courses.
Whether you’re currently facing the courts for any reason, slumped by the pandemic, or simply looking for a new path forward for your life at any stage or crisis, we have the course for you!
When you need a jumpstart
after any crisis in life.
All are welcome.
Everyone can get inspired.
This is a FREE class open to all!
People who have completed our courses experience amazing results according to Western Oregon University’s scientific validation study.
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By 2025, we hope to have passed
The year was 2013, and Reynolds Defense Firm was rapidly expanding and going through the dreaded ‘cash crunch’, a normal but utterly terrifying part of the business growth cycle. As MacDaniel and Tammy Reynolds tell it, “as business owners, nothing gets your attention quite like a rapidly approaching minus sign in your bank account.” With an ever-increasing clarity that they had to do something differently, a phrase from their business coach rang loudly in their ears, “if your business needs more money, provide more value to your clients.”
They took that phrase to heart, and the result of their work, Get Clear, became the first of its kind in the nation, a program specifically designed to help those arrested for DUI thrive through the legal process by redirecting their stress and fear into finding life purpose and increased enjoyment through a scientifically validated, coach-assisted personal development program.
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Using her arrest as a turning point, April enrolled in Window of Clarity, determined not to let this opportunity pass her by. As scared as she was, April was determined to make the best of a tough situation. “I can’t change what happened. But everyone can grow. I want to dig into who I am and improve myself through this experience.”
As April progressed through Window of Clarity, she gained new insight into how much of her life was working well. She was engaged to the man she loved. She had a smart, beautiful daughter and a career she enjoyed. April could also see where she was letting herself down. She did a great job taking care of others at home and at work, but she didn’t do near enough to take care of herself. The stress and exhaustion from caring for everyone else had built up over the past years and was affecting April’s happiness and success. She said, “I know I need to focus on myself. It’s just hard for me to say no. I’m realizing I can’t do my best if I say yes too much.”
After just a few weeks in the program, April was already doing things differently and, even better, feeling differently! She was asking for help as she needed it. She was delegating at work to feel less overloaded, which was even more important and she was given a well-earned promotion. She was communicating what she needed and wanted more clearly and directly than she ever had before. She felt great! April even noticed that as she did less, others around her did more and she found a better balance of helping and being helped. April noted, “I take more time for myself now. I’m practicing speaking my mind in a way that’s direct and positive at the same time. And these are all things I can teach my daughter.”
Window of Clarity helped Amy reframe how she thought about herself, what she wanted. “(It) reminded me of other things I’m passionate about, that I want, that I’d let go of in marriage.” Amy was a “really good worrier” and often felt like she was in “reactive survival mode” With time she has been able to quiet the “negative self-talk” and focus on being good to herself, her kids, her friends and family.
Moving into her own apartment brought so many emotions. Not being with her children all of the time was heartbreaking. Focusing her energy on something positive like this course helped Amy sort through those feelings. “It was a life vest, a place of security to have a conversation with myself about what was happening”. Window of Clarity helped give structure to this evolution, her new life.
Amy started focusing on gratitude. It wasn’t always easy but, with time, gratitude started helping her reframe the hard times, even the little things made a difference. Her outlook became more positive and she could see the light at the end of the tunnel. She was able to move through the emotions that come along with divorce and learned how to embrace being alone.
Divorce is hard. Soul shattering. Can make you feel like a horrible person and that everything is your fault. Amy is so glad to have had this course on her side!
Then one afternoon, returning from golfing and drinks with friends, Michael was arrested for a DUI. The shock of being arrested forced Michael to take a deeper look at what was really happening in his life. The pressure and stress he felt providing for his family, taking care of an aging parent and traveling for work were building up to an intolerable level. It felt like everything was on his shoulders. Without realizing it, Michael had begun drinking more often. A private man in general, he began holding in more and more of his stress and unhappiness.
When Michael started the Window of Clarity he was beginning to realize something had to change. Within the first week, Michael had already discovered something positive to work towards instead of just worrying about his DUI.
The results were outstanding! Michael’s whole perspective shifted from overburdened and exhausted to hopeful and energized. He began running again. He set goals for his family and for himself with a focus on what made him truly happy. He was no longer lost in the fog of stress, but could be the engaged father and husband he wanted to be. Upon graduation from the Window of Clarity, Michael felt happier, more confident and positive about his future. “This was a paradigm shift for me,” he stated. Instead of the DUI being a low point in Michael’s life, it became a source of gratitude and positive change that he “wouldn’t trade for anything.”