Measure What Matters
Posted On 14/01/2019
We are back into the fray of January. Did you know that Jan 18th is known as the official New Years resolution failure date?
I’ll be honest, I’m feeling a bit of the pinch because there’s been a lot of lifestyle changes happening for me this year. I have adopted some new goals and habits that demand new routines and rituals. Sometimes I don’t recognize myself, and that’s probably a good thing – it means I’m growing.
Keep it simple.
I’m reading “Measure What Matters“, a book by John Doerr. John helped Google achieve astronomical success with his OKR method. OKRs stand for Objective and Key Results. If done properly – the why will be very clear!
When setting goals we often get overwhelmed by either laying everything out, or by staying completely paralyzed – stop the madness and make ground by asking yourself;
- What do I you want to accomplish?
- What are the key results?
The key results will help you measure what matters because they are so closely tied to your objective. Start there. If a result it too big – break it down into smaller results.
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Good luck, hang in there!