Most people believe it’s possible to have a long list of priorities — and if you work hard enough, you will accomplish everything you want.However, when you become unintentional about how you invest your time and spend it haphazardly, there is a cost. Take a look
When something is more important than something else, it is called a “priority”.
Most people believe it’s possible to have a long list of priorities — and if you work hard enough, you will accomplish everything you want.
Unfortunately, more often this leads to burnout, or getting sick.
And, in the process, you may also become addicted to overwhelm, thinking that this is just the way life has to be.
One of Upside Thinking’s 7 Pillars of (Transformational) Leadership™ is to Live Your Priorities.
At my annual Design Your Destiny Live event, we spend an entire afternoon doing a deep-dive into this concept.
I explain the importance of clarifying what is most important to you, as understanding what you want most in your personal and professional life will serve as one of the most important keys to getting it.
Time is your greatest asset – and when you recognize its value, you become more accountable to every second of your life.
You are in charge of 86,400 seconds each day.
And, each second matters.
Ask someone who just buried a child.
Or, someone who won – or lost – an Olympic gold medal.
Or, someone who was recently diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.
Life happens in a blink of an eye.
Moment by moment, time has the ability to bring peace of mind or take it away.
When you become unintentional about how you invest your time and spend it haphazardly, there is a cost – and often that cost is you not getting what you want or missing out on something of value in your life.
I host a one-year “Realize Your Destiny” leadership coaching program that is centered around teaching clients how to plan and prioritize their business and their life so they increase their impact, influence and income by achieving their 3 most important goals.
Throughout the year, I coach and deliver training retreats centered around how to make the best use of every second of every day.
When I witness the growth and change of the participants because of their commitment to fully step into what matters most – and I watch them realize their destiny, I am inspired as they make the world a better place by living out their mission.
You reap what you sow.
When you sow seeds of service, you understand that the patterns you create bring about the circumstances that show up.
Because time is indefinite and limited, you often don’t get a second chance.
When you choose a priority that will make the biggest difference, you can improve lives and create miracles around you.
And, the world needs more miracles.
It also needs you and your brilliance.
The Upside Challenge of the week is to examine your #1 priority in your life. Do you need to continue moving forward or course correct?
Comfort doesn’t change the world.
Vulnerability changes everything.
The world needs you and your brilliance.