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Dunning Kruger Effect and why scorekeeping matters

One of the reasons we all need good scorekeeping is that it is a human trait  to misperceive our own strengths and weaknesses.

This is known as the Dunning-Kruger effect and was first covered in the paper  91 more words

Design Tips

MatchControl Shooting Match Scoring Program


I originally developed this program as a way to score Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) matches. After a while, I modified it to apply to any shooting match that employed the same format – squads of athletes shooting 5 strings at stages of steel targets. 96 more words

Tech Notes

The Success Tracking Difference (5) - Player Controls

In this mini-series, “The Success Tracking Difference“, we are focusing on the differences between the new discipline of Success Tracking and traditional analytics / business dashboards. 505 more words

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How will the world be better when everyone is Success Tracking?

If Success Tracking spreads then we will see more people and organisations reaching their potential. 

This is our vision, it’s a picture of the way we want the world to be. 476 more words


Spend Out

Gretchen Rubin in her book The Happiness Project suggests in July buying some happiness by spending out. As she points out in her book it is not nice to be surrounded by things that are worn out, stained or used up. 299 more words

So let's talk scoring: Part 1

As I’ve mentioned before, I score the games that I watch, almost all of them that I see live (unless I’m at a corporate event or something) and select games that I watch on television.  678 more words

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