Remember that the act of prioritization does not create focus – Focus yields prioritization.
How do we get to Focus in order to enjoy the bounty of prioritization? We discover our purpose. As I often refer to your unique purpose, I do so to guide you to specific language about your purpose.
Simple is a strategy. This is counterintuitive in a busy 21st Century. You must learn to trust simplicity. Simplicity – a specifically spoken purpose – will open many doors that busyness has never done for you. Take your trust back from the madness of busyness and place it in your purpose.
With the guidance of your purpose, make choices and decisions that further your impact in this world. This my friend is Focus.