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4. Fewer Priorities

4. Fewer Priorities

When productive people commit to a few, well-chosen areas in life, they let those areas define their priorities. Then they let the rest of life go to the non-priority side of things.But it does mean that when there’s a choice to make, between something that is high priority and something that isn’t, the high priority always wins.

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