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The key is not to prioritize what’s on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities….The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing. ~ Stephen Covey

photo credit: last.fm

photo credit: last.fm

Is this you?

Is your life full of stuff? Is there so much going on you can’t hear yourself think? Is every person, everything vying for your attention?

Your family. Unpaid bills. Cupboards that need to be restocked. The car needs gas. Your house is falling apart. The toilet needs fixing. Your guilt. Your appointments.

Your life is falling apart. Your health. Your heart breaks. Your body aches. You’re not where you thought you’d be by now.

Job loss. Money problems. Work pressures. Your addictions. You’re getting old.

You fear you might go mad.

photo credit: llamanegra

photo credit: llamanegra

Now Imagine it’s all gone.

Everything gone.

The white noise is gone.

Silence – save for the sound of your own beating heart and breathing.

It’s dark.

You can’t see your hand in front of your face.



You fear you might go mad.

Now imagine you’re granted the return of 5 things.


What makes your TOP 5?