Measurements and score keeping is a universal language applied in a myriad of ways…

We keep score of sporting events as well as individual player statistics, credit scores,
grades in school, video games, IQ, cholesterol, blood pressure, weight, carbon footprint,
net worth, voting, conversion rate, customer retention, likes and tweets to name a few.

As consumers, we score the books we read, the websites we visit, the hotels we sleep
at, the restaurants where we dine to include service and food quality, the television,
movies and performances we watch as well as the music we listen to.

While the range and significance of every score and measurement is diverse, one
constant remains…everyone and everything is scored.

My concern has always been…are people measuring and scoring the right things?

Today is February 7th…the 37th day of the year.

What’s your score?

How would you measure your year to date performance?

Are you crushing it, or getting crushed?

These questions are important for one important reason…ONLY RESULTS MATTER!

When it comes to all of the measurements and scoring you are engaged in…none of it
matters if it does not inspire action which in turn drives results.

None of it matters if you haven’t reached your goals.
Measure your efforts as you drive towards your personal and business goals.

(Adapted)