High Performing Success

I was chatting with someone recently who was moving so fast, his life seemed like a blur. This could have been fun if he was achieving his goals, but he was not. When we chatted, it became clear that he was doing so many things, he “forgot” to prioritize his actions. The funny thing is action of any kind, can feel like progress – but it isn’t necessarily so.

So now, he evaluates his to-do list before committing to anything – and his progress is better than even he expected.



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