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Focus on quality

Social media “likes” are not business outcomes.  Hours at the gym is not a useful metric.  Number of friends and acquaintances doesn’t say anything meaningful about you.

Are you getting quality sleep?  How fulfilling are your connections?  How do you feel about your career?  How do you look and feel to yourself?  How quickly can you release anger?  Answers to these questions reflect the quality of your health, wealth and relationships.  Focus on quality metrics.

The brilliant Naval Ravikant says this of people who obsess over social media likes and other meaningless metrics: “Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.”

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