So many choices. Many types of metrics, metrics and measurements.
Perhaps it makes sense to count things where counting tells us how to do better next time.
And to calculate things that tell us how much risk we can take next time.
Or to calibrate our judgment about the market.
But there is no point in counting things over which we have no control and which teach us nothing about the future.
Counting our luck (good or bad) does not make us lucky.
[PS I’ll be doing a free online seminar at the New York Public Library on Monday as part of Carbon Almanac Week there. You’ll need to pre-register to get an invite.]
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