We often overlook our small wins, waiting for the big moments. But the big achievements don’t just happen. Showing up is showing up.
A true measure of progress can only be taken from the outside, and at a distance from which you can take in the entire structure.
Sometimes the most important progress is found in what you’re not doing or what’s not happening. How do you measure something that’s not there?
When we outsource tracking of our physical body to third party apps and devices, we lose touch with our intuition and our ability to communicate with our bodies.
Numbers don’t matter as much as you think they do. At best they are only part of the story.
If you can’t count it or put it on a spreadsheet, does it count as an achievement? We get so wrapped up in managing, tracking, and measuring, but often, what matters most cannot be measured.
We spend so much time thinking about time. Did you ever stop to consider how arbitrary it is?