FIRST THINGS FIRST, Stephen R. Covey

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FIRST THINGS FIRST, Stephen R. Covey

I’ve learned that the good is the enemy of the best when the first things in our lives are subordinated to other things. My daughter, Maria, recently had a new baby. A few days after she delivered, I visited with her, expecting to find her happy. Instead, I found her frustrated. She told me, “I have so many other projects and interests that are important to me. But right now, I have to put everything on hold. I’m spending all my time just meeting the physical needs of this new baby. I can’t even find time to be with my other two children and my husband.”

 Seeking to understand, I replied, “So, this new baby is consuming you?” She continued, “I have other work to do. I have some writing projects that need my attention. I have other people in my life.” I asked her, “What does your conscience tell you to do? Maybe right now there is only one thing that matters your baby.” She said, “But I have so many other projects and plans.” She showed me her organizer. “I schedule time to do these other things, but then I’m constantly interrupted by my baby.” I talked to her about the concept of a compass, not a clock. “You’re being governed by your internal compass, your conscience, and you’re doing something of enormous good. Now is not the time to be controlled by the clock. Throw away your planner for a few weeks. Only one thing is needful. So, relax and enjoy the very nature of this interruption to your life.”

 

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FIRST THINGS FIRST, Stephen R. Covey
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