Imagine this…you have no basis for knowing if you are making progress or not.
But here’s the thing:
We all have areas of life that we say are important to us, but that we aren’t measuring.
What We Measure, We Improve!
The things we measure are the things we improve. It is only through numbers and clear tracking that we have any idea if we are getting better or worse.
It’s Not About the Result, It’s About Awareness
The trick is to realize that counting, measuring, and tracking is not about the result. It’s about the system, not the goal.
Measure from a place of curiosity. Measure to discover, to find out, to understand.
Measure from a place of self-awareness. Measure to get to know yourself better.
Measure to see if you are showing up. Measure to see if you’re actually spending time on the things that are important to you.
You Can’t Measure Everything
Measurement won’t solve everything. It is not an ultimate answer though.
The things we measure are the things we improve. What are you measuring in your life?