First Things First

Good post from Gretchen Rubin over at The Happiness Project blog this morning. Here’s an excerpt from close to the end:

Efficiency experts often talk about the “urgent” and the “important.” All too often, what’s important gets pushed aside while we deal with what’s urgent — but in the end, what’s important is what’s important. First things first is another way to remind myself of my real priorities.

Read the rest here.

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