For years the word priorities has bothered me. After all, how can you have more than one?
A priority, according to Webster, is “something given or meriting attention before competing alternatives.” Some thing, not things.
Only in today’s world of business and competition could we make a singular word into a to-do list of tasks and errands.
If you want to do something great with your time (see yesterday’s post), may I suggest you focus on the thing that matters most.
There is something in your leadership world that merits your attention today. Something more important than the competing alternatives.
Find your “it” and you will find focus.
Leadership Begins at Home,
What is your priority today?
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