Finding Clarity: A Conversation on Priorities

Benjamin Adkins, ICP-ACC
Mar 18, 2024By Benjamin Adkins, ICP-ACC

Hey there, let's take a moment to sit back and have a chat. Imagine we're on a cozy couch, sipping our favorite beverages, and diving into a meaningful conversation about life and priorities.

You know, one of the most profound things I do with my clients is help them get clear on what truly matters to them. It's like shining a light on the path they want to walk, guiding them towards their goals and dreams.

I often find that people haven't really taken the time to think about what's important to them in this way. It's not about the everyday tasks or the to-do lists; it's about digging deeper, uncovering those core values and aspirations that drive us forward.

Woman doctor stand infront of yellow note on window glass

So, picture this: you wake up in the morning and head to your bathroom, armed with sticky notes. On one side, you jot down all the things you think you have to do that day – the meetings, the chores, the errands. But here's where the magic happens – on the other side, you carefully select what truly matters to you. What aligns with your values, your dreams, your aspirations.

Now, imagine doing this every single day for 30 days straight. Thirty days of making conscious choices about where you want to focus your time and energy. What do you think could change in your life during that time? What new ideas might emerge? And perhaps most importantly, would you feel closer to reaching your goals?

This isn't just about setting priorities; it's about reclaiming control over your life. It's about saying yes to the things that truly light you up and saying no to the things that drain your energy.

And here's the beauty of it – when you're clear on what's important to you, you start to see opportunities where others see obstacles. You become more creative, more innovative, more willing to take risks in pursuit of your dreams.

So, my friend, I invite you to join me on this journey of self-discovery and prioritization. Let's declare what's important together, one sticky note at a time. I promise you, it's a conversation worth having.

By Benjamin Adkins, ACC