A goal without a plan is a dream. In this episode, Boomer and Satu discuss how to take big performance goals and break them down into next action steps through a process called white boarding.
[1:44] Defining your objectives and goal setting
[3:49] Limiting your number of goals in the process
[6:05] Assessing your system
[9:50] Data as a baseline for motivation
[14:21] Subjective and objective measurement
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