Hey Gabriela, that’s the point, it’s actually not about prioritization. Out of all those important things, what are you absolutely certain of that you want? If it’s all of them, that’s great! You don’t need to prioritize any. Since you’re certain of them all, the order in which you pursue them doesn’t matter anymore. All you need to do, is pick one, knowing that you will get to the others eventually as well because they’re on the list :) And you can feel good and breathe a sigh of relief knowing that.

There are of course practical reasons to pursue some before others. For instance, I know for certain that I want a family at some point, but I also know for certain that I want to do some long term travel. And practically speaking, it’s easier for me to do the travel first. So I’ll be going off doing some long term travel next year.

Look at your list, see whats practical to do first, and know that you’ll get to the others. It’s better to be doing one of them, instead of twiddling fingers in indecision looking at the whole thing. It doesn’t make sense to stay idle when you’ve got a fantastic list of things but you’re worried about the order in which you want to do them. Action breads more action, but inaction builds even larger walls around you. Go get em! And thank you so much for reading :)

— Sah

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