Important versus Urgent
"Everyone starts off motivated to achieve their high priority goals, but most default to crisis mode."
Planning for the Important, is described as being:
- Results oriented
- Opportunity focused
- Mission driven
- Values supported
- Problem avoidance
- High priority goals motivated
Reacting in the Urgent, is described as being:
- Deadline oriented
- Problem focused
- Obstacle driven
- Values disrupting
- Opportunity forgotten
- Crisis motivated
The CollegeLogic philosophy and programming is all directed towards what's important, so what is important?
Admissions, strategizing the application process
Scholarships, managing college costs
College studies, planning for job opportunities
Athletic recruiting, playing college sports
Most parents with high school children prefer to direct their activities and thoughts to what's important. But too many default to operating in the urgent moment. This often leads to unintended consequences.
To work towards achieving your high priority goals and avoiding the crisis mode, visit CollegeLogic and request a free 30 minute college review/ strategy call.
Office # 203.470.3704