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Everything you do in life is an Importance -
it’s the time
you allocate to eachImportance that will balance or un-balance your life.Have you ever asked yourself why you are doing what you are doing at anygiven time? Not many people slow down enough to ask this question, we justaccept that this is the way it is and carry on, day in and day out.
Let’s face it,there’s rarely
enough time to slow down to ask the question, let alone hangaround waiting for the answer! For most of us, it
s only when life starts tospiral out of control, personal relationships suffer, your career seems boggeddown, social activities are a fading and distant memory, or worse still, yourfamily life becomes a breakfast event that we ask the question, and the stressof it all either breaks you or wakes you to fact that your life has become afamine, a famine of time.What might happen if you challenged every activity in your life? If everythingwe did was rated on a scale ranging from Extremely Important down throughto Not Important, how many of these daily activities do you feel would rateABOVE important? What if you decided today not to be pro active in anyactivity that is less than important?How would that change your life today? tomorrow? in the next seven days?How different would your life be in the next 28 days if you only gave time towhat is truly important to you?The Importances Method is an innovative daily Lifestyle design program thathelps you identify and prioritize the important things in your life. As youprogress through the workbook you will discover what is truly important toyou and why. You will gain control back and it all begins with identifying whatis truly important in every part of your life.
It’s about living your life fully Vs
living life on rote.
Please note that completion of this exercise will take time, it’s not something
you will be able to knock over in an hour. Ideally, initially you should set asideseveral hours of your time when you know you will not be disturbed
you willneed to concentrate and focus on the task.