“Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter least.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
What is most important to you?
Think about it . . . say it to yourself.
Now . . . make a commitment to keep what is most important to you most important.
At work, what is the most important aspect of your work? Simply stated, keep it most important.
Too often we allow the minutia of our day-to-day world distract us from our focus. Too often we become default-driven . . . too often we lose discipline and fall into the Facebook, BCD, instant gratification world.
Living a discipline-driven life, living a life worthy of our goals and expectations, requires us to keep what matters most front and center.
What is your foundation? What is at your inner-core? Take the time to reflect, to define how you want to live your life . . . and then keep it front and center.