Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Multiple factors draw our attention. We respond to these factors from innate attitudes that direct our responses and behaviors. What we view as important (priorities) is often outweighed by the stressful factors (pressures) that demand our attention. Before we know it, the pressures become the priorities, and our attention is directed away from our original preferential ratings. Pressures to priorities, or is it priorities to guide the pressures? A common thread are these priorities and/or pressures. What we give our attention is a result.