Yes, It is possible to have a clear sense of what is most important in your life and then to set a plan and make the best of every situation. Gain clarity on what your goals are and maximize your time. Dan Millman stated, I learned that we can do anything, but we can't do everything... at least not at the same time. So think of your priorities not in terms of what activities you do, but when you do them. Timing is everything. Today is the right day, the right time, to make your best decisions about how you want to live and what you would like to do for the rest of your life.

Making decisions requires that you correctly prioritize your goals to eliminate or better yet, minimize wasting quality time majoring on the minor. That means you make a conscious decision to major on what is most is important in your life. When you correctly prioritize, you increase your productivity, effectiveness and personal satisfaction – over circumstances that matter most to you. Continue to be realistic about your expectations and realize you cannot do everything and everything cannot be top priority.

As you establish your priorities, always start with the most important and most urgent task, even if it make take a more of your efforts to complete. It is worth it and you need to acknowledge this at the very beginning. Intentionally look at your life areas – and address each area from a holistic approach (mind, body and spirit). Each day, preferably at the end of the day, write your goals or expectations and the priorities for each item (no more than three to five) on your calendar, agenda, or even a to do list. Take time to visualize your personal success in each of these life areas. Imagine what it looks like, sounds like and has the possibility to become.