Values

Look to your future to get more done.

Look to your future to get more done.

Last week I wrote about how to prioritise and so many of you wrote back and said, ‘I need to try this!’  It seems we’re all getting stuck in the hamster wheel of doing and we need to spend a bit more time prioritising what we’re doing and why.

Getting your values, the things that are most important to you, clear in your mind (or preferably out of your mind and on to paper or screen), is a really simple way to quickly identify your priorities.  Once you know your priorities you’re much more likely to spend your time doing the stuff that’s important and meaningful and goal pursuant than if you’re just reacting to what pops up in front of you. 

How to Prioritise

How to Prioritise

We're all busy, right?  But why is it that some people remain focused, calm and immeasurably productive in their busy-ness while others of us spin chaotic circles, getting nothing done?

Google 'how to prioritise' and you'll get 6.25 millions hits, each containing between one and 15 tips or strategies for getting your mind and tasks in shape to increase your efficiency and reduce your 'to do' list.  Assuming a 50 per cent overlap in suggestions, that's maybe 18 million thoughts on how to prioritise.