A lifetime of failing to prioritize

That’ll sum up the reasons for my personal and professional failures (both big and/or small) in a single sentence. I can hate it as much as I can or blame the circumstances, luck, family, (lack of a) fortune, economy and the right technology. But I know I could’ve made it all work if I’d just prioritized what I wanted and had stuck to it.

It’s a cold fact that I can either embrace and take control of my future starting now. Or let my ego dominate, blame the whole damn world and continue to live a miserable life.

If you’ve ever felt sick of being sick, you know what you’ll choose. As for me, I choose to prioritize the right things that will guide my future and ruthlessly eliminate the ones that don’t.

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