Make A Plan

If there’s one thing I hope you get from the blog this week, it’s this:

Productivity doesn’t just happen.

It’s going to take some time, organization, and a plan. And that plan must come from your priorities.

Here are my priorities for the 2012 – 2013:

– My health (includes physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual)

– My ministry (includes my job and my involvement at church)

– My relationships (includes God, my family, co-workers, and friends)

So my plan for this year stems from one (and sometimes all three) of my priorities listed above. Here are some examples:

Plan for my health: Workout, read more, pray, take time for myself, etc.

Plan for my ministry: Do assigned tasks well, go above and beyond, etc.

Plan for my relationships: Pray for those in my life, make time to spend with others, etc.

What are your priorities in life right now? How are you actively pursuing them?

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