The Danger of Basing Relationships & Life On Generalizations

I wanted to call this post A Case For Quantifying Everyday Life, but I was afraid no one would click on it. It sounds too much like work and work that we don’t want anything to do with — data and measurements. Something “those” analysts and IT people like, but people who are trying to get work done avoid. The thing is I think I can make a valid case for why we should consider…

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Marcy Pedersen, MBA

Marcy Pedersen, MBA

Writer, analyst, life-long learner, and obsessed about improving life and work processes. Connect at marcypedersen@icloud.com

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