Why scheduling time for your Most Valuable Activities keeps chaos at bay

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Where there are too many options, chaos ensues.

While in Paris recently, the Place Charles de Gaulle beneath the Arc de Triomphe caught my attention.

The roundabout is known for the chaotic traffic due to the 12 different directions you can go once inside.

It’s the perfect metaphor of a clock, with the 12 different points, and most people’s workday!

You have so many options on how you can spend your day.

If you want to avoid chaos, you must first have a clear direction in mind.

Once you know your Most Valuable Activities, schedule time for them in your day.

By mapping out your route in advance, you ensure a timely arrival to your destination.

What is one of your MVAs? Please share below!

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