Always have a reason for the priorities you have established in your life. If there is no heartfelt reason, you will not commit to the effort required for success.
Priorities should not deal with your wishes, they should deal with your commitments.
Priorities that require no action on your part are merely a hope that things turn out for your benefit.
If you establish a priority that depends on the actions of other people, you are setting yourself up for failure.
A priority is something given or meriting attention before competing alternatives. In other words, your top priority is what is most important to you. Your top priority each day will be proven by your actions, thoughts, and conversations.