follow link In today’s frequently confused state of economy and society, one’s priorities may easily get out of focus. Such spiritually blurred vision, as with the natural eye, can likewise cause dizziness and other associated complications that usually continue to worsen until some major derailment occurs. In order to rearrange one’s priorities before such derailment, however, one must honestly reassess and come to grips with motivation, the hard-drive controlling, if not heavily influencing arrangement of such priorities. Once this fact is determined, more deliberate and effective means of prioritizing can be applied through knowledge, volition and action–the big 3, without any one of which the process will be ineffective and the cycle of results remain the same. Continue reading Reassessing and rearranging priorities . . .