Just like the vision of a business, Life Priorities don’t change very often.
You cannot be anything if you want to be everything.”
~ Solomon Schechter
As our culture grows more frenzied with people trying to do it all, have it all, and be it all, so much activity leaves us exhausted and drained.
One key reason that we get to the point of exhaustion is because we are trying to do everything, yet we are not focused on anything. As a result we may accomplish many things, but not actually produce the results around the things that we truly value. This happens when our energy and time are spent on what is simply most urgent and not on what is the most important.
To avoid this exhaustion and achieve focus, we need to establish a clear set of life priorities based on our values followed with a set of annual priorities. Life priorities don’t change very often, although as we mature and change we may need to reassess our priorities to ensure they still reflect our core.
At Kinetic Insights, our PathFinders are skilled in helping leaders unleash the greatness in themselves and in their organizations. Call or email us for a quick discussion that just might put you and your team on the path to significant change.
Gail A. Froelicher is Founder, CEO and PathFinder of Kinetic Insights, LLC. For over 11 years, Gail and her team of PathFinders have journeyed with their customers to forge successful paths in rapidly changing business environments.
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