Tuesday, October 27, 1998
What is important to you?
If someone asked you to name the most important things in your life, what would you list -- your family, your faith, your health, your integrity, your career? It is a question that very rarely gets asked of us by other people.
Yet, every day life asks that question. And every day we answer. The answer is not in words, but in action. The actions you take on a daily basis speak louder than any claims you might make as to the most important things in your life. The way you spend your time, the things to which you give your attention, and the areas to which you commit your resources, present a clear and undeniable picture of your true priorities.
Are your priorities what you think they are? Look at your actions. Look at your results. Look at the life you’ve built for yourself. Does your reality agree with your vision? Success and fulfillment come not from what we think would be nice, but from what we actually do, hour after hour, day after day.
Your life at this moment is an accurate representation of the things that have truly been important to you in the past, of whatever you have been committed to achieving. With that in mind, ask yourself -- what’s important to you now?
Ralph MarstonRoom to grow Step back
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