“In order to reach a new destination, we must first know our current location.”
In part 1 of this subject, we explored the importance of having ways to know whether an action we are taking is helping us to create positive change or not. We refer to these tools as feedback mechanisms or feedback loops. In other words, we have some way to quantify whether the actions we are taking is helping us or not.
While this seems pretty straight forward, if you stop to think about how many supplements we’ve taken over the years because we thought that they would help us but never got any feedback whether they helped or not, you’ll see that we take actions all the time without ever really knowing if the specific action helped or not. Thus, the importance of having clearly defined feedback loops. Continue reading