There is the story of the professor who holds up a glass beaker in front of the class. The professor fills the beaker with large rocks all the way to the top, and then he asks the class if the beaker is full.
“Yes!” the students reply.
Then the professor pours small pebbles into the beaker that fit all around the large rocks. Again, he asks the class if the beaker is full.
“Yes!” comes the reply.
Finally, the professor pours sand into the beaker, which fills in the gaps around the pebbles.
Now the beaker is full.
But what if the professor had put the sand in first, or the pebbles in first? Then the professor could not have fit the big rocks into the beaker.
The things you need to do to advance your goals are your big rocks. You’ve got to do these things first, or they will never get done. If you focus your efforts all day long on sand and pebbles, you will always be busy, but you won’t accomplish anything.
Choose one thing per day, the one BIG thing you can do to advance your goals, and do that thing first, no matter what.
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