What makes the statement valuable is really up to you, whether it's valuable. I think what you'll begin to weigh that with, judge that, is whether or not you actually feel like you know something, and you know exactly what to do with it, and you feel confident that this is the right thing for you.
What we're trying to do is not just provide information, but provide understanding. Understanding to the point that you know you can make the right decision. You know what that decision is and you have complete confidence in it. I mean, my gosh, there are so many different things we got going on in our life that are uncertain.
Let’s remove as much uncertainty as we can. Let's do something to remove some of this uncertainty. What we can do is remove the uncertainty about who you are, and where you are, and what you already have, and where you're headed, and what that looks like if we keep doing what we're doing.
"What we're trying to do is not just provide information, but provide understanding."
If we do that, then you can be certain that you understand the situation, you understand your current situation. You understand that the next decision you make will either positively impact that situation or not, because you'll know what’s exactly the best thing for you to do- what is the best thing for you to do, and you'll know that with confidence.