Living the Prioritized Life

Sounds exciting doesn’t it?

Sounds like effort. It sounds like spreadsheets and goal charts and too much thought.

I agree, but it also sounds like a few other things.

Living the prioritized life sounds like purpose.

It sounds like intentionality.

It sounds like focusing on the important.

It sounds, to me, like a life well-lived.

And if that is what you want to be able to look back on the years you spent on this earth and be able to say, “Man… I made some mistakes, but overall, I loved the people God gave me to love. I did the things that were in my heart. My life meant a lot to a few people rather than a very little to a a bunch of people I hardly know…. ”

…then living a prioritized life just might be worth it.

What’s important to you?

If I followed you around for a few days, would I be able to figure it out on my own?

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  1. I think you would see my priorities but it may not appear to be as intentional as I would like. Long-term goals may not be as evident as I get caught up in being “busy” a lot more than I would like.

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