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It occurred to me this morning as I gazed at my never ending list of items on my task list. While I prioritized these actions I realized that 90% of the tasks on my \"Daily Task List\" actually migrated from my \"Master Task List\". This is totally by my design. I enjoy a certain amount of satisfaction knowing that I make it a habit to work on my defined top payoff activities. This has not always been the case. In the early years of my management career, I found myself constantly working on someone else\'s priorities instead of my own. This is the natural order of things in the corporate hierarchical structure. In this environment it is normally those who understand that promotion and true advancement comes from learning to assert your individual creativity into whatever process you function under in order to bring about the necessary changes needed to cause a company to thrive. To advance your career you must learn to balance doing what is expected with the occasional unexpected application of change. Change is going to happen with or without our input. I have found that taking things apart is often the key to finding new and better ways to do things.