Pick a category: finances, health, ministry strategy, relationships. Every day, you'll make decisions that shape each of these categories. And you'll make those decisions based on data. And the quality of that data will influence the quality of your decisions.
You don't need perfect data to make good decisions.
You need good data.
And if you start to discover that you're making poor decisions, check your data.
Take your finances as an example. Do you know how much things cost? How much you're spending? How much you're bringing in? What your options are? What sort of risks you're facing? If you find yourself making poor financial decisions, you probably have some poor data. You might think you're bringing home more money than you actually are. You might not realize how much you're spending. Data. Data. Data.
How good is your data?