Crush Your Goal With Daily Metrics
Congratulations! Now its time to analyze the results to see how you crushed your goal.
Hit Your Metrics & Crush Your Goal
As a salesperson, you make countless dials a day to hit your sales goal. If you don’t hit your sales goal at the end of the month, do you see a correlation to the amount of sales calls or meetings you held?
As a customer service agent, you answer the call quickly as a part of making the experience effortless for the customer. When there are long hold times, do you notice the customer may be a little less tolerable than preferred?
As a manager, you monitor these numbers to track the success of your team to ultimately improve and support the best customer experience. When the numbers don’t match your ideal goals, do you see impact to the customer experience metric?
Our personal behaviors are just like our business habits. Our daily data will help keep us in line to our long term objective.
As a healthy individual, you track your steps, calories, heartbeat, and laps in the pool to achieve your desired outcome.
Did you meet the goal consistently?
What tactics did you find most effective?
What areas can you improve for next time?
Does the short term goal line up to final objective?
When I successfully burn over 2200 calories a day, I expect it will help with my ultimate objective to have a healthy balance of muscle quality. When you are able to see daily success, it makes the goal seem more achievable vs. setting goal to improve muscle quality.
I now introduce the SKULPT
Forget about weight and BMI. Focus on quality of your muscle. We are all different. Let’s embrace the differences and work towards our own personal health goals. I have not tried this device yet, but am really excited. I don’t care about what food I eat. I want to eat whatever. I want to be active and healthy. There is a balance.
What daily goal did you set to help with long term objective? I would love to hear from you.