Potential Project | 12:07
Hi, and very welcome to this session on clear priorities. What we're going to look at today is following very closely to last week's session on clear goals. And as we discussed last week, having clear goals is really very important to actually achieved and mindfulness is a great aid to have those goals clear in mind.
But actually, to achieve your goals, what you really need are the stepping stones to get there, which is having clear priorities. Hence the topic of today.
What we're going to discuss over the next 10 to 15 minutes, is really a mindful approach to effective prioritization. In the middle of busy work life.
We're going to look at the differences between activity and productivity. We're going to talk about a frame or turn that recall action addiction. And we're going to end on the notion of sometimes slowing down can be the best way of speeding up.
So first of all, I would like you to have a think about what is the relation between clear priorities and mindfulness.
Because I think the relation is very clear and strong. The clearer your priorities are, the more easy it is for you to leave out some of those tasks or some of those thoughts that are not relevant to what you're doing right now. So we'll clear priorities, it's easier for you to keep mindful in your work, it's also easier to have some more mental peace and be more effective, obviously.