This is the title of an essay by Robin Sharma from his book 'The Greatness Guide'. I confess I have the book - have had it for a couple of years maybe and haven't read the entire book. It is one of the books that I dip into during my bedtime reading.
This essay was one of my favourites in the book .... it is good motivation when I am not doing the things I think are important. Here is the last paragraph of the essay ....
"Your schedule is the best barometer for what you truly value and believe to be important. Too many people talk a good talk. But talk is cheap. Less talk and more do. Show me your schedule and I'll show you what your priorities are. I used to be a litigation lawyer. Witnesses in the courtroom could say what they wanted to. But the evidence never lied"