This quote, by Stephen R. Covey, is about reflecting on what’s deeply important to you as the first step to establishing a clear path to each day. In a way, the things that are really important to you serve as a compass as you navigate each day–as you navigate life. The more consistently you keep those things in mind, the more you’ll find yourself consistently and naturally doing what matters most in accordance to those things.
It’s all about reorienting your focus.
For example, if it’s family, you’ll find yourself spending more time with them. If it’s being able to travel and see the world, you’ll find yourself conscious of your spending and savings so you’re able to cover the costs. Finally, If it’s your longevity, you”ll find yourself more motivated to eat right and stay active. So, what’s deeply important to you? Keep those things consistently in mind and watch how your days unfold.