What’s Important to Me May Not Be What’s Important to You

We all have priorities. Some people right them down and identify them, while others just live governed by their unwritten urges to do what's important to them. Either way - we all have priorities. I've written down what's important to me now and some ways my priorities need to change...

Prioritizing Important Relationships

Think about this for a moment – All relationships are not important. If all relationships are important, no relationship will be important. Developing and maintaining key relationships is a critical discipline if we are going to genuinely care for people, live out vision, and help others achieve their full potential.