Podcast: A Leader’s Top Priority

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On this episode of “The Craig And Greg Show” we talk about: 

  • [0:38] What are the origins of the word “priority” and why should priority be singular and not plural? 
  • [0:56] Is it true that multi-tasking increases efficiency? 
  • [2:52] Greg tells a story about shopping with his parents.
  • [3:55] Greg reminds us that the devil uses distraction as a tool.
  • [5:04] I talk about how leaders should set their first priority.
  • [6:32] Why is it so hard to invest in unavailable people?
  • [7:58] I explain how leaders can make time for their “have to” list.
  • [9:58] Greg loves “StrengthFinders” and how it helps leaders learn to work in their strength zone.
  • [10:52] We discuss the book No Is A Beautiful Word.
  • [12:42] How can leaders use the priority vs. priorities paradigm to create margin in their life?
  • [14:36] We throw out the “Not-To-Do List Challenge” for leaders.

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2 Responses to “Podcast: A Leader’s Top Priority”

  1. My Big Three | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] This is taking all of the discipline I can muster, but I must make this my top priority! […]


  2. The Danger In Multitasking | Craig T. Owens Says:

    […] friend Greg Heeres and I recently addressed this in an episode of our leadership podcast called The Craig And Greg Show. […]


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