Issuing A Third Top Priority Kicks Out The First One On The List!! ─ Law #25

Everything cannot be labeled top priority, although people have a tendency to try.

In some organizations, like manufacturing, when a third priority is given, it kicks out the first one.

To be effective, in giving out more top priorities you must also indicate which priorities can be adjusted.

When too many top priorities are laid on subordinates, they can only assume that they know what their boss wants most. This can be dangerous.