Hi GH! Curious to hear everyone's honest response to a question like this. I'm doing research for some content around goals and performance metrics, and my hypothesis is that most people aren't sure what their business/numbers will look like next month, and as a result, the things they should be doing to influence it. As a result, people default to general, month-over-month improvements as a measure of success. What are your thoughts?
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