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Paul Glen: Even if you can't measure it, you still must manage it

Paul Glen | Feb. 13, 2013
There are no metrics for measuring the quality of your relationships. For metrics-loving geeks, that's a problem.

Relationships don't come with dials and dashboards, and only a true geek would need to be told that it would be counterproductive to try to quantify the answers to such questions and plot them on a graph. Instead, you should use the answers as indicators that can move you closer to something that feels like metrics, but you need to internalize such information and let your gut tell you whether your relationship is healthy or not.

Well-chosen indicators will help you manage the unmeasurable, and that can be immeasurably important.


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