Prioritize well to be effective


  1. Pick the future against the past.
    Focus on things that will provide value to your organization in the long run, instead of those that have added value in the past.
  2. Focus on opportunities rather than on problems.
    Build from the opportunities you identify from your strengths, the strengths of your subordinates and bosses.
  3. Choose your direction rather than climb on the bandwagon.
    Focus on programs, activities and tasks that will bring your vision for your organization to fruition instead of following the processes of others.
  4. Aim high
    Aim high - aim for something that will make a difference, rather than for "safe" and easy to do.


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