When it comes to having tasks hit our to-do list and calendar, typically, people schedule their tasks without thinking about it, with things getting put in your calendar at random or because they have importance in that moment.  Once they’re on your schedule, it’s more difficult to figure out what’s important and what things take priority.  This is how most people operate on a daily basis, prioritizing their schedule.

When you flip the script and schedule your priorities you operate from a place of power.  You already know what priorities each task has because of its associated goal.  Of course, your goals are created and prioritized ahead of time, so that you have a clear picture of what you’re doing and why.  Things get to your schedule because you know they belong there and you know exactly where they belong and why.  Instead of wasting time after items are on your schedule to figure out priorities, you can take action and get things done.

Operate from that place of power and know that when you do, your priorities will support you and get you from point A to point B and help you maintain the momentum that you need to accomplish what you set out to do.

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