You probably know the feeling. You post a new piece to Dribbble or you share your latest blog post, and you obsessively check to see how many people have seen what you've put out there. You're putting whatever it is out into the world because you want people to find it, you want people to see the thing you put so much work into.
A view is like gold. When you see that number go up you feel great. But you're human, and you want more. Not just because it gives you exposure to potential clients or employers, but because it just feels great. It can be depressing when your view number isn't as high as it was yesterday. You ask yourself, "what did I do wrong today?"
It's easy to get lost in view count. It can quickly become a source of frustration. But the fact is, every view should be cherished on it's own. Everybody has a limited time in a day, attention is at a premium. Maybe only 10 people saw your last Dribbble post, but that's 10 people who thought your work was worth their time to check out. That is an immense honor.
Only 15 people visited your website today? So what? Those are 15 people who decided what you had to show was good enough to see more of what you have. That's infinitely better than zero.