With busy schedules and work overloads, priorities keep changing yet what you prioritize is what works like magic, don’t you think?
If it’s everything you want to be served on your plate, chances are you get to taste nothing for you don’t know the taste of one thing from another. However, if you prioritize what is good for you, you understand the boundary clearly. This is the power of priorities. They help you choose better. You understand what’s working for you and what doesn’t serve you any good.
However, driven by responsibilities and tight schedules, we often feel hesitant to say ‘yes’ to priorities. We hesitate as if what we are choosing for ourselves should come later. Saying ‘yes’ might even feel selfish. But, all these feelings come from a place of not allowing yourself to prioritize what matters to you.
Let’s try to say ‘Yes’ to the priorities with ease. Here’s why:
- Saying ‘Yes’ to your priorities with ease is respecting yourself
- You feel less guilty and more confident
- You figure out what you should invest your time and energy in
- You discard a lot of uneventful things and habits:
- You feel more in control
Saying ‘Yes’ to your priorities with ease is respecting yourself
When you are choosing anything and everything without realizing what your priorities are,
you end up a little too lost to understand what is good for you. However, when you say ‘yes’ to the priorities with ease, you respect yourself enough to say that aloud. For yourself.
You feel less guilty and more confident
Our priorities have to come first. And, saying ‘yes’ is acknowledging they should come first.The ease is in the acknowledgment. When you fail to acknowledge the importance of priorities, you might end up wasting a lot of time on trivial matters. You also feel drained even before you catch up on your priorities.
You figure out what you should invest your time and energy in
When you don’t know where your priorities lie, and when you can’t say ‘yes’ to them, you can let other things exhaust you too much. The ease of saying ‘yes’ to priorities is also about saving your energy for good things. For things that add value to you.
You discard a lot of uneventful things and habits
Saying ‘yes’ to priorities can be as simple as choosing healthy. Here, you’re adding ease to the choice of eating healthy. This also helps you feel less stressed about making a choice you otherwise might avoid.
You feel more in control
When our plate is too full, we might not be able to acknowledge the other stuff around us. We might feel too absorbed by what all we can get. However, a ‘yes’ to certain things makes you feel more in control as you don’t need to say ‘yes’ to everything out there.
Well, now you know, not everything needs your attention. Say ‘yes’ to your priorities and let the ease settle in. We at VA Talks acknowledge customers as our priorities. So, you may as well reach
out to us. NOW!