Thanks to modern technology, companies have gotten REALLY GOOD at measuring employee performance.
How many sales leads did you get last week? How many minutes do you spend in the bathroom? How much time do you spend in meetings vs doing the actual work you’re paid to do? How many minutes per hour do you spend away from your desk? And so on.
The next thing you know, people are taking these hamster-wheel ideas and applying it to their entire existences. It’s called the “Quantified Life” movement.
In work, in fitness, in lots and lots of aspects of life, progress can be measured.
Apps, timers, data points: those will help you improve, sure. But they won’t build the passion that levels you up to Perfect.
That’s what you have to find on your own.