Sunday, February 26, 2012

We need a finish line

Starting off on a good foot with a new customer or new member of the team or a new project is great. But, if we don't have a finish line, an end-goal or measurement or some way of knowing if what we're doing is working out, we take a strong chance of being disappointed.

I think that's because we look at those kinds of metrics as bad or as potential punishments. And sometimes they can be. But how do I know if I did well or that I'm worth it--other than me judging myself?

It's just as vital to have an end-goal as it is a starting point.

Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond

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