Yes! Dr Laurie Santos from the Happiness Lab Podcast just had an episode on the negative effects of fitness trackers as well, under the umbrella of “grades” as a whole. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/making-the-grade/id1474245040?i=1000457201508.
Very true, we should do a better job of focusing on what matters. We tent to stuff way too many unhelpful biases and superfluous info into personas.
Often the reason is one we don’t want to admit: “This is what stakeholders are looking for, and we want sign-off.”
Can you share an example of what your ideal would be?
I do hope you didn’t find my tone combative.
When eternal matters are on the line, it’s evident that we both have a desire to reason and provide clarity. While we can’t know God exhaustively, we can know him truly.
Hi Lisa, I’ve enjoyed hearing more about your beliefs. We’re both made in the image of God and do share many things in common.
Have you ever heard of the late Nabeel Qureshi? He wrote an interesting book titled Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity…
I’m certainly a work in progress. Thank you for reading and responding!
Tell me about your faith. What are the critical parts we share in common? Where do you think we might differ?