Priorities

“I can’t afford it.”
“I don’t have the time.”
…almost always means, “this is not a priority.”
When we care, it’s amazing how much we can get done. One way to choose to care is to be clear about your priorities, which means being clear in your language.
And so we can say to ourselves, “I’d love to do that, but it’s not a priority.”
Remarkable work is usually accomplished by people who have non-typical priorities.

Seth Godin

Looks like we are on the same page.

How you prioritise your time is key.

Aimless and low-value tasks vs direction and high-value tasks to achieve your goals.

Decisions and action lead to focus and progress.

Remember that this applies to every aspect our lives. Love, friends, family and work.


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