Don’t prioritize your schedule — schedule your priorities.”
~ Stephen Covey
Scheduling our priorities
Many time management systems recommend that you make your task list and then prioritize each activity by using A, B, C… Stephen Covey’s statement above turns that system around and sounds more like what I try to live by and teach in my business.
Many of us have a long list of things we think we SHOULD be doing, or that we feel compelled to do because of the pressure that society places on us as mothers, or maybe even by expectations placed on us by family members. Then we try to prioritize and schedule activities by their importance. And we typically never actually get them all done. (Many times this leaves us with a burden of guilt).