When we encounter the word “triage” in fiction, we often see it as a dramatic thing, the medical person agonizing over who to treat and when – usually with someone’s life on a fragile thread.
Believe it or not, even in an emergency room, that isn’t how triage works.
Triage is just a set of priorities you have thought about in advance in a non-emergency situation, so you can decide easily and quickly how to address situations thrown at you.
Do you have any sort of triage for your own life? What are your priorities?
So, in my last blog post, I talked about defining what’s “good enough” when addressing things in your life.
Until you know those priorities, you can’t possibly know what good enough should look like.
As part of getting control of your life, we’re going to explore how to triage your own life by sitting down in a non-emergency situation and making a plan of action. You’ll learn how to address what’s most important calmly. You’ll learn how to set standards, so you’re not wasting time on things that aren’t very important to you. You’ll learn how to evaluate what’s an actual problem that needs addressing and what’s a proxy (you’ll even learn the term) for the real problem.
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