Track behaviours, not results

Unless you're pushing into the upper echelons of optimising, results, as they pertain to goals, are usually fairly obvious.

The persistent checking of them can send you through a rollercoaster of emotions - some helpful, but some inevitably not.

Tracking behaviours and your consistency in improving those behaviours, on the other hand, leads to shits in the human you are to the human you want to be, and the results take care of themselves.