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The Meaning of Priority

Updated: Sep 28, 2022

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pri·or·i·ty /prīˈôrədē/


  • the fact or condition of being regarded or treated as more important. "The safety of the country takes priority over any other matter."

Psst... did you find any strengths you want to start to build? If you want to build but have literally no clue where to begin and aren't sure what you should prioritize when it comes to your time and money? Maybe you find yourself not getting anything done because it feels like everything needs to get done, yet there’s never enough time in the day to get it all finished. Don't worry, we've all been there. It's not always easy to mesh urgency and importance.

Manage Your Time More Effectively

When you aren’t sure how to prioritize, or even what your top priorities are, it is difficult to manage your time effectively. You will spend time doing something that feels important but isn’t necessarily urgent. At the end of the day even though you marked a task off your list, you still feel behind, and you still feel like you didn’t get anything done.

Decision-making becomes easier

Once you know where your prime concerns are, you can make fast decisions with confidence, because you already know exactly what you want and where you’re going. Taking the time to complete a worksheet like this means less time you take with every decision you're faced with, improving your mental health.

Boundaries are easier to uphold

If you over-extend yourself and say yes to all the things, you will find yourself in the situation described above where you don’t have enough time in your day for it all, or you spend time on things that aren’t appropriately urgent/important. Conversely, it's also easier to say "yes" because you know how far you can extend yourself, and you know when you will need breaks to do different things. Don't forget about taking care of yourself.

set goals more effectively

Priorities are not goals! Goals are made once you’re through all of this. What you want in life, dictates the actions you take to get it. So,

While we can't give you *customized* help, we can point you in some great directions.

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1 Comment

Blair Villanueva
Blair Villanueva
Mar 10, 2021

Following this guide above will give us a positive ripple-effect. When we managed our time well, we come up with a better decision. This goes not only at work, but also in our personal life.

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