4Consider the Consequences

The clearer you are about your future goals, the sharper present priorities come into focus. Accept the fact that there will never be enough time to do every thing. Then do first things first, and second things not at all.

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1. Successful people have a strong orientation toward the future. Their attitude toward time—their “time horizon”—influences choices and behavior in the short term. What are your goals? And where do you see yourself? Use this chart to map out your 5-year, 10-year, and 20-year goals in the areas of business success, financial independence, family/relationships, and health/fitness.

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