[This post is excerpted from our new ebook, ROADMAPP]
The highest priority when discussing Priorities is recognizing that there’s not much to say about prioritizing. But what there is to say is important.
Inevitably, as you execute your business plan, you will find yourself overcommitted. Unexpected crises will demand attention. What looked simple will turn complicated. You will unexpectedly discover that your perfect money machine has too many moving parts, and you can’t keep them all oiled. You, the master juggler, will suddenly find there are too many balls in the air.
How to get back in control? If you can’t grow more hands, which balls should be dropped? Read the rest of this entry »