We’ve all heard that we should commit to and even write down our goals. We know intellectually that fulfillment comes from achieving or moving towards success in the specific areas that are most important to us. Yet most of us jump right to tactics and our to-do list hoping that getting things done (whether or not they’re the right things) will lead to fulfillment.
Here’s a hard truth: If you don’t determine your priorities, you’re leaving it to others to do so. And they’ll be happy to.