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Measure what matters

This is the easiest time in history to measure anything – your popularity on Instagram; your weight; last month’s sales; average miles per gallon; the number of people you helped last week.

Since “what gets measured gets managed” (from Peter Drucker), perhaps our top priority before moving on with our week should be to decide WHAT should get measured.

How much more accomplished would we feel if we focused on these vital few things, versus the trivial many that are easily measured but don’t matter?

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