Why keeping score doesn't always matter

If Steph Curry was frustrated with his three-point performance night after night but, at the same time, he wasn’t shooting his regular 300-shots-a-day, or shooting before the game at all, it’s likely that he’s focusing on the wrong problem. 

So why do we worry about how long it's been since we looked at porn or how many times we became angered or enraged throughout the week? If the score in such circumstances is not what matters, and if it's not what is worth focusing on, why are we even tracking it?

The better question is, what actions should you be tracking and focusing on and how regularly are you doing them?