Priorities have the potential to impact our individual and collective lives in the moment and over decades massively.
The momentum of conversations, actions, relationships and experiences building towards outcomes we expect and many we would never dream.
Yet few people ever deeply consider, test, and experiment with The Priorities that run us.
Right now if you’re reading this, then at some level this must be what you are prioritising.
My intention is that by reading this and The Priorities Book you start to get an insight into what and how you can prioritise in the future, and what the possible impacts will be for you and also for us all.
I truly believe that investing time and energy in learning about, considering, reviewing and if possible optimising your priorities is one of the true top priorities for everyone.
One consideration of what to prioritise is your and our collective goals and commitments. Apps like iPrioritize on the app store can help you track your goals and consider your priorities. Globally, the Global Goals is an ambitious statement of what could be achieved, and I believe if we all prioritised differently they are more likely to be completed. You can learn more about them at www.GlobalGoals.org.