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April 25th, 2018
Most likely: Your priorities are not what you tell other people. Your priorities are not what you tell yourself. Your priorities are not what you hope.
There’s a simple way to test this out.
Write out your ideal priority list.
Go ahead. Do it.
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Is that list what you do on a daily, weekly, monthly basis?
If the answer is yes, then bravo. You are an exceptional human.
If not. Then some reflection is in order. Your actions reveal what you prioritize. Whether you like it or not, this is how you are spending the precious little time we are all given. Time is your most valuable resource. Way more valuable than money. Why? Time is non-renewable. It's valuable beyond comprehension. (but we gotta try to comprehend..)
What you spend that precious time doing indicates what your priorities have become.
Some of that precious time might be well spent contemplating a reorganization. Of your habits, commitments, work, your life.
Ignore the disconnect? Reason it away?
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