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Why Use Personal OKRs?

Why Use Personal OKRs?

We all want things from life, but life wants things from us too.

  • How do you accomplish the things that are important to you, but aren’t urgent? 
  • How do you move forward when life is screaming at you to focus on now?

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Start with an objective:

  • Pick vague areas to measure, to make sure the KRs provide a balanced way to look at your life.
  • Add a metric. Learn to find the right metrics and measure them regularly.
  • Focus On What Won’t Get Done and decide what is valuabl...

Personal OKRs are for your personal life, individual OKRs are for performance tracking at work.

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