Don’t Feel. Measure.

When to think. When to feel. When to measure.

  1. When acting, don’t measure. Feel.
    • Just wing it. When you’re speaking is not the time to be thinking.
  2. After acting — when tracking your progress — don’t feel. Measure.
    • When you’re measuring is not the time to be feeling. Just get the data.
  3. When planning, don’t feel. Don’t measure. Imagine. Brainstorm.
    • The only feeling you should have here is…excitement at the ideas you’re going to act on (try out) when you…
  4. Return to step 1.

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  2 comments for “Don’t Feel. Measure.

  1. フレヂィー
    March 11, 2013 at 23:43

    Indeed. I’ve achieved a level in my input where I can look at a word/kanji/etc. and just “feel” the definition, when measured to my former, less Japanese knowledgeable self there is a huge gap. I just need to get there with my output and listening comprehension.

  2. mark95427
    March 12, 2013 at 13:17

    This kinda relates to failing

    Go with the flow, and if you fail, analyze and improve.

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