March 31st, 2008

Today, as I go about my tasks, I’ll think about: The seven steps leading to self-unification:

Prepare a list of what you value most, your highest priorities in life.

Write each valued principle as an action statement.

See that your unifying principles are the highest truths and mutually compatible.

Write a paragraph of clarification under each unifying principle you put down.

Prioritize your unifying principles.

Evaluate your performance over the past few weeks or month with regard to each unifying principle.

Bring your performance into line with your unifying principles. p. 40

2 Responses to “TIME POWER: TODAY…”

  1. Troy Mayfield says:

    I found this doing a search for time power prioritizing. Thank you for posting this. I lent my copy of Time Power out about 10 years ago and have been missing it. Time to hit Amazon and find a new old copy.

  2. Jeff Hess says:

    Shalom Troy,

    First, thank you for stopping in, for reading and, most importantly, for taking the time to enter the discussion. Building our communities is all about our conversations.

    I first discovered Time Power in the mid-’80s when I was searching for a daily planner system and found Day-Timer.

    I’ve continued to use the system now for more than 20 years. In my opinion, all other productivity systems are derivatives of Charles Hobbs’ genius.



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