“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
Arguably most of the tension in our lives is a result of a lack of prioritization. On this episode of the BYLU Campaign podcast, Daniel and Nathan discuss “Unreasonable Man”, the April article which breaks down how to live by your priorities. Here we highlight how confidence is essential to prioritizing, the 3 stages people transition through to obtain real confidence, and provide practical tactics for executing your priorities. Tune in as Nate shares a few personal stories where he failed to prioritize correctly and the lessons he learned from them. Thanks for the continued support and feel free to send any questions or feedback you have to firstname.lastname@example.org
Time Stamped Topics:
[7:30] - The Unreasonable Man [9:50] - Confidence [19:30] - Showing up as an equal [24:10] - Knowing/Believing in Your Value [36:55] - Embracing Your Value [45:20] - Prioritizing. What’s the metric? [58:40] - I said I’m sorry Mama [1:05:10] - Feeling Prioritized
The BYLU Takeaways:
You’re valuable and no one is doing you a favor so show-up as an equal. You can’t blame someone for attempting to discount your value but you can blame yourself for accepting the discounted rate. Time cannot be made it can only be spent. Budget your time how you budget your finances. You don’t get credit for telling people they’re a priority in their life or even making people a priority with your actions. You only get credit when they feel like a priority.
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