I focus on the process, the people, and the fairly un-glamorous things that aren’t necessarily moving the needle quickly and drastically. I like to think that it’s led me down a better path.
The Problem With “Results” Thinking
Mike Sturm
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My interpretation of your article Mike is that results do matter but there is just a different way to achieve them, which is to think longer term and have faith in the process rather than trying to constantly measure short term progress.

This is also the way the most successful sporting teams and individuals think. They focus on what they can control: preparation, behaviors, attitude, following protocols, helping team mates, and so on. The believe that if they do all those things and stick to their process then the result will take care of itself.

I agree.

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