If you don’t schedule your priorities, somebody else will schedule them for you.Dan Costello
- The tasks that we perceive as most urgent tend to crowd out the tasks that are truly most important.
- If we fail to schedule our priorities, our calendars will not reflect what we consider most important.
- Our schedules are more likely to be disrupted by our own choices than by circumstances outside of our control.
- Time management has little to do with managing our time and everything to do with managing our lives.
- If our lives feel out of control, we have likely allowed them to become that way.
- Scheduling our priorities is always worth our time, and it actually creates more margin for spontaneity.
- Set aside time every seven days to reflect on the week behind you and to prepare for the week ahead of you.
- Write a personal mission statement and funeral journal that will guide the way you schedule your time.
- Schedule meetings with yourself and create events in your calendar with titles like “Think” and “Plan.”
Design Your Day
There is little in life more devastating than the realization that we are not becoming the people we’ve dreamed to become. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Casey Greenawalt recommend an intuitive routine that guarantees a life well lived.
Focus On Becoming
Life is far too short to live on accident. This week Dr. Michael Brown and his oldest son, Justin Brown, have an honest conversation about how to be intentional with the one life we are given.
Make The Time
One hundred sixty-eight hours is a lot of time. And every single week of our lives, we have the power to choose how that time will be spent. This week, Dr. Michael Brown and Casey Greenawalt reflect on a choice we can all make to ensure we accomplish our most important goals.