Pop quiz, Hotshot


When it comes to your health goals, it all comes down to one thing: 


Speed refers to three different qualities here:

1. How quickly do you recognize an issue?
In this context, I mean anything that prompts a desire for change.

2. How quickly do you take action?
Do you have a version of action that can take place immediately (or damn near)?

I don’t know about you but I find the idea of predicting the future to be very abstract. I honestly couldn’t tell you if long-term planning is worth a tinker’s damn—that is beyond its value as a clarifying principle for immediate feedback. In other words, having a five-year plan is cool—but only so far as it informs our decisions in the next few minutes. 

3. How quickly do you successfully iterate?
Iteration means:
a) Evaluating success
b) Testing your process out against other solutions
c) Not being distracted by the fact that your solution is not yet perfect. Now or probably ever.

Do you have any idea how fast you were iterating?
Do you have any idea how fast you were iterating?


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