How do you prioritize equally important goals?

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    dmccoy825posted 3 years ago

    How do you prioritize equally important goals?

  2. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 3 years ago

    You can't!
    Not if you truly (believe) all your goals are "equal".
    When we see things in black & white we gain insight. When we see things in gray it causes us to delay.
    Don't become a victim of paralysis of analysis.
    The word "prioritize" implies some things are (more important) to you than others or at the very least should take place (in an order) that will insure overall success of your goals.
    Each goal can then broken down into steps.

  3. manatita44 profile image82
    manatita44posted 3 years ago

    DashingScorpio makes a good point.

    I would also add that when one duty clashes with another, the lesser duty, should give place to the higher duty. You will ask, "How do I know which is higher?" well, that which is more productive and on the side of the greater good.

    The great warrior Bhisma fought on the side of the King. He was brought up in this household and was fiercely loyal. He knew, however, that Lord Krishna was fighting on the side of virtue, of righteousness. Yet he took the King's side.

    Spiritual people say that when two duties clash, one should always take God's side. I've tried to explain this in the first paragragh, as aplied in a practical setting. Hope this helps.