- Monthly Income
- Monthly Expenses
- Business Leads (i.e. Auditions, Callbacks, Meetings)
- Website Visitors
- Social Metrics (note your top posts, too!)
- Email Metrics
- Subscriber Count
- Open Rate
- Click Rate
While you could do this work in a notebook, if you use a spreadsheet, you can easy turn it into a graph!
Here's an example, using the Squarespace chart block.
While I've never been much of a data guy, once I started tracking and charting monthly, it becomes a game! Use the first or last day of the month to help you track your success. By visually seeing your progress and growth, you will keep yourself motivated and accountable.
Little Action Step
Make a recurring monthly meeting in your calendar for "Maintenance + Measurements."
Now pat yourself on the back for being a #BOSS!
Where are you focused on gains or growth? Comment below.
Tony Howell is a digital strategist dedicated to helping you design your future—creating offline success from your online presence.