Do You Have a System to Allocate Time to Your Life Priorities?

Question: Can you get by without having a system to allocate the right amount of time to what you have defined as important in your life?\r\n\r\nAnswer: Of course you can. In my formal and informal connections with people, they seem to decide what to do next based on how urgent the task is, rather than how important it is for them, i.e., how connected it is to their personal mission statement. However, if you want to confidently work on the seemingly unavoidable urgent tasks we are constantly bombarded with, I invite you to seriously consider adopting a system that assigns priority to your mission-related activities.\r\n\r\nDon’t be alarmed by the word “system.” Any process or habit that, in some shape or form, uses your life priorities as a barometer to decide what to do next, is a major improvement over not having any system at all.\r\n\r\nCheck out the newsletter and set of three blog articles I published on this subject in January 2016. In them, I outline elements of a system that I’ve been using for the last 27 years.\r\n\r\nWe are on a lifelong journey. Once we are committed to steering our life in a specific direction, let’s maximize the odds of success by having a system that helps us prioritize those activities that lead us on the right path.\r\n\r\nPercy M. Cannon\r\nAuthor, Speaker, Consultant, Facilitator & Coach\r\nwww.cannon.consulting

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