Trying to remember this little snippet of wisdom as it looks like it may be a while yet before my job returns to any semblance of “normal.” It’s been so easy to get caught up in comparing my digital programming to what other people are doing (including sometimes, my own coworkers). Never have I felt more vulnerable and on display. Unfortunately, my brain has a default setting that seems to be a negative inner voice that tells me I’m not worthy because I’m either not enough or too much. It’s really hard to ignore that voice when likes, shares, and views are directly tied to the perceived “success” of your programming. I feel like I’ve taken a step backward from outcomes, which seems counterproductive and quickly leads to comparison and burnout. What are you doing to focus on outcomes with digital programming right now? How are you measuring the success of those programs? I’m interested in things that take into account more than just numbers because the numbers game is all over the place right now.