“The Ostrich Problem” and The Danger of Not Tracking Your Progress

Whether you’re in graphic design, teaching, studying, or choreography, tracking your professional progress in a structured way is paramount to success. If you’re not, then you’re likely suffering from “The Ostrich Problem”, a phenomenon described by psychologists in England as the widespread tendency for people to avoid information about progress towards their goals. After all, it feels good to keep moving, and who wants the frustration of discovering that they’ve actually been driving in the wrong direction?

All goals should be measurable until they become habit.

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Author: wells baum aka bombtune

A daily blogger who connects the dots between beats, culture, and technology.

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