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In 1999 I was lucky enough to be Pope John Paul II’s opening act in front of 25,000 high school students.
At the time the pope was almost 80 years old and (even though it wasn’t known publicly at the time) he was also suffering from Parkinson’s disease, so he was slow and frail.
To make things as easy as possible for the pontiff, the venue built some custom structures to accommodate his limited energy and mobility. One of the structures was a special set of stairs.
There is a powerful lesson in how we should construct our to-do list each day in those stairs. Here’s what we can learn from those stairs when it comes to setting ourselves up for consistent success every day.