Sometimes I get stuck looking at life as a spreadsheet.

Track a few key activities, keep those activities in certain parameters

And keep the trend line at the right slope (making progress).

While back I read this pamphlet called The Neo-Tech Pocket Therapist.

Interesting stuff. So black and white. If you stop rationalizing, they say, you have to admit that

Things fall into one of two categories: Good for me and Bad for me.

Realize this and then reason out your actions.

The people who can carry these types of measures out really interest me.

Some very disciplined folks.

I’ll always have some stuff in my Bad for me bucket…

But keep more stuff in the Good for me bucket.

Work on the big things and not worry about the small.

A few key daily disciplines and not sweating the rest…

Good for me, bad for me.