Posted by: David D. Daggett | August 19, 2013

Truly Important

Truly Important

What is truly important to you?  Is this where you focus your time and energy?  Identifying what is truly important to us, and then focusing our time, energy, and life resources in the proper direction leads to a life of satisfaction and fulfillment.

Truly Important!

Truly Important!

Focusing on what is truly important takes deliberate, conscious effort to stay focused and on track.  Otherwise, it seems that human nature tends to pull us into a myriad of time-consuming activities that distracts us from what is truly important and also wastes our valuable time and energy.

We see it all around us, and many times we even see it in ourselves.  We get so caught up in the hustle and bustle of life that all of a sudden we find that we have lost track of what is truly important to us.  In the meantime we get frustrated with ourselves and with others too.  Things seem out of control, and we lose our destiny.

It was the desire to focus life on the truly important that led to the development of The Four Anchors.  The Four Anchors became a filter, or template for life, to keep the truly important at the forefront and in full focus.  This simply system and philosophy for life allows us to easily weed out all of the distractions and time-consuming clutter that interferes with our personal journey.

Perhaps counter-intuitively, focusing on the truly important also allows us to accomplish much more.  This is why, as the old saying goes, “If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it.”  Busy people have learned to keep the truly important, important so that they can continue to get those things done.

If we keep the truly important, important, and resist getting mired down in the unimportant minutia of life, our road to success is not only easier and better, it is more fulfilling and satisfying along the way.

It’s truly important,

David

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