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Purposeful Priorities

Purposeful Priorities

Are your days structured in such a way that tasks related to your life purpose get accomplished? If not, take a moment to catch this quick reminder and bit of advice about making your truth a priority!

Many of us act as if things like emptying our inbox are more important than the work we are meant to do in the world.

Here’s what I would like everyone to realize: NOTHING is more important than living your life purpose!

My life purpose is very closely tied to helping others find their life purpose, and to then go about creating a life that allows them to live from that truth. Unfortunately, in many cases I find the things that matter to us the most get put on the back burner while we do things that really are not that important.

Something my clients hear me say over and over is, “Your inbox will never be empty and your purpose can’t wait.”

It’s my way of conveying the importance of prioritizing things that resonate with your reason for being.

What is it you are here to contribute to the world?
What is most important to you?
What are your values?
What are you passionate about?

These are the things that should go at the top of your priority list.

These are the things you are here for.

If you resonate with what I have just said, I encourage you to pay attention to how you structure your workdays.

Do you give yourself time to do the things that feed your soul and make you feel alive? Or are your days filled with mundane tasks that you tell yourself HAVE to get done before you can get to the things that really matter?

If you never seem to have time to do the things you love, it’s because you have your priorities inverted. Move tasks that get you closer to creating and living a life you love to the top of your to-do list, and bump silly tasks that have much less importance (like organizing your inbox) out of the way. Your purpose is waiting patiently for you to make it a priority, but it can’t wait forever!



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