What is important to you?

Following my talk about making ideas happen, these are a series of questions to help you find out what is essential to you. Once you have it clear in your mind, it will help you make everyday decisions when it comes to prioritising your list of projects and tasks, your life commitments and your goals.

This approach comes from the book “The Power of Less” by Leo Babauta.

Take a piece of paper and write down:

  1. What are your values?
    What are the most important things to you? What really matters to you? The qualities you want to have and the principles you want to live your life by.
  2. What are your goals?
    What do you want to achieve in life? What about next year, this month, today? Not only professionally.
  3. What do you love?
    What do you love doing? How do you love spending your time and Who do you love to spend your time with?
  4. What is important to you?
    What are the most important things to you? In life, work, etc.