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Measure

Measure

We are constantly measuring the difference between our goal and reality. The goal of our action is to make this gap smaller.

If the gap is not getting smaller from our action, we are doing the wrong things. We are not following our plan or our plan was made without understanding the true journey required.

When our present reality matches our desired destination, we have achieved our goal.

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