When one is trying to improve results, they should keep in mind a sort of geometrical relationship. In my mind I visualize two dimensions at an angle. They represent the concept of “more” or of “better”. In many cases the only way to improve results is to perform more of the key activities or to perform those activities better. The distinction provides a useful x, y axis in which to analyze all of your efforts. Sometimes doing more keeps you from realizing that you need to do better. Sometimes doing better keeps you from realizing that you could do more.