20 Jan Basic Priorities | Jan 2020
These basic priorities lead to success.
When you take off this year, include these three basic priorities to achieve more.
And yes, I realize that by now you have already made resolutions, plans, and promises.
But these priorities are so powerful that you can start using them at any time. Even in July. Or in December. Or today.
1) Find ways to say yes.
Every solution begins with a yes.
So be part of the solution by finding ways to say yes.
For example, you might say yes to: Starting a project; Making a phone call; or (even) Asking someone to join you on a walk.
Right now I’m working on a book project. First I had to say yes to start. Then I’ve met every setback with, “Yes, I will find a solution.”
If I were to say no, the project would stop and thus fail.
2) Find ways to make friends.
Every success is a cooperative project.
So make friends with the people who can help you. In fact, make friends with everyone because you never know who might be able to help with something. (It really is a small, small world, after all.)
For example, this can include making friends with: People at work; Members of organizations; and (even) Strangers, such as the person who bags your groceries.
3) Find ways to be kind.
Every commendable legacy is built on a foundation of goodness.
Then add to that legacy, moment by moment, by showing compassion and kindness.
So make kindness a priority in everything that you. For example, this can include: Thanking people; Smiling at strangers; and (even) Driving carefully.
These priorities make every activity easier. As a result, you will accomplish more and feel better about yourself.
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Did You Know?
The most effective way to help birds is to buy land.
Here are three organizations that excel at doing this.
Please visit their web sites to learn about the work they do.
Here’s an excellent book: The American Bird Conservancy Guide to Bird Conservation