What’s Your Priority?

Priorities. They are what we value more than anything and drives us.

It seems that sometimes, people get so consumed in their own worlds that they do not take a step out of them to reflect on how the people that co-exist in their world are affected.

Personally, I feel that relationships with those you care about should be at the top of your list. Money, power, jobs, etc. that can all be gone in a flash (especially in this economy) but what does remain steadfast are our relationships.

If you are not “performing” in these relationships, the loss is much greater. You end up losing your support system and irreplaceable relationships.

It is imperative to have your walk match your talk. If you are telling someone that they are a priority, well then SHOW  them it. Do not continue with your routine of taking care of your needs first. Take time out of your schedule to do the small simple things that show that your thoughts are with them. Be thoughtful in your actions. Remember, sometimes it is the little things that matter. This can include just jotting down a note or sending a text.  Showing someone that they matter to you does not cost money, just your time. It seems that many people feel that they do not have the money to spend on “showing” that they care. Really, if you ask the other person in the relationship, they would just like reminders that they are special to you and you appreciate them.

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2 responses to “What’s Your Priority?

  1. I think you’ve got the right idea. So many excuses can be made to why we let relationships slip through the cracks. I’m an expert at making them. But at the end of the day when you really need somebody, the small things that you could have done to keep relationships healthy are a big deal.

    It’s important to realize this moving forward because somethings the failed relationships aren’t able to be fixed, so you don’t want to repeat mistakes in the future with someone else.

  2. good job. check ours out 🙂
    ://compassofmind.wordpress.com/2010/10/23/were-all-ignorant/

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