Opportunities from priorities

Wednesday 12 January 2011, 7.04am HKT

On the unique 11.1.11 (or 1.11.11) day, we get to hear a unique truth too:

“Some may see it as a golden opportunity … I say it depends on your priorities.”

(SBCS, 11 Jan 2011)

Aside: I’ve always thought my friend SBCS would make a top-flight political PR and communications director. Political parties and governments take note!

2 Responses to “Opportunities from priorities”

  1. Guus said

    Very true. There is actually never a lack of opportunities, but one person can only pursue one (or at most a few) at a time. And an opportunity only comes to fruition when capitalizing on it is made a priority.


    • Your idea is very true too, but slightly different from my friend’s – which is probably that the opportunity is golden if that person has those kind of priorities that allow the opportunity to present itself as golden, which otherwise wouldn’t be for any other person. Tell you what, I’ll ask my friend for her philosophy on this.


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