Perhaps you notice different parts of the story this time. There is a limit to how many big rocks can fit into the jar.
From the Blog on priorities
When you pause today, consider what you give time and space to in your communication and is it what you want to prioritise?
Choosing your own adventure is both thrilling and scary. There many options and paths to choose from. And rarely is only one correct.
Our inability to say ‘no’ can be a form of the resistance. It lets others set our agenda for us. Figuring out your ‘yes’ is your most important task.
Going digital often is a resource allocation question, which communicates our values. We can become more ‘robot-like’ or we can ‘care’ more.
If we don’t choose to put the big rocks in first, they won’t fit. The order matters. If we understand our purpose, then it impacts our other choices.
In our projects, are we clear on what our priority is – what are the core branches and which are interesting side projects?
It has been said that you can identify a person's priorities by how they spend their money, not what they say. This is true of organisations as well. We can talk about our visions, our goals, the change we want to see, but if we do not allocate resources to make these...