Human species is hardwired for progress.
Our families celebrated when we started crawling or walking.
Or when we went to college from school.
Perhaps that first job promotion.

We could see we were progressing. So could others.
However, such moments of external visible progress are rare. And mostly out of our control.

How about the rest of the moments? What if we measured our daily progress? Why don’t we do it?

One of the reasons could be our internal craving for maximum progress, that we don’t feel satisfied with 1mm of progress each day.

But it is that 1mm compounded over a period of time that makes the miles shorter.

We may or may not get validation from others. However, documenting our progress is the sure shot way to internal validation – backed by evidence!