You’ve probably heard the phrase: what get’s tracked, gets managed.
It reminds you of the fact that tracking and data are important. They inform decisions and help keep you on track.
This same business rule applies to your life as well.
If you want to make real and meaningful progress in an area, you’ve got to measure and track it.
Keep notes on books you’ve read.
Write down scripture verses you’re memorizing.
Maintain a workout log.
Things are far more likely to improve when you take the time to track and measure your progress.
Sadly, the opposite is true as well. The things you pay little attention don’t get better and often deteriorate.