Everybody procrastinates, said Brian Tracy. But what separates high performers from low performers is what they procrastinate on. Productive procrastinators procrastinate on unimportant and less important tasks in order to concentrate on their most important tasks.
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You can’t do everything – even the important things, so focus on results. Every decision you make about where to use your limited resources is a statement about what you are focusing on. Decide what you really want, then align your actions with your true desire.
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When your values are clear, you make better decisions. Using your values in decision-making is another way to live out your values. If you don’t use your values to guide your actions, then they cannot help you. So put your values to use when you have a decision to make.TheExceleratedLife.com
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