From Goals To Results
Leaders understand that in order to reach a great outcome they have to fully be in the desired outcome as if it had already happened.
On Becoming a Great Leader: Understanding The Connection Between Goals And End Results
What is the Difference Between Goals and Outcomes?
A goal is a desired result or achievement. An outcome is the result of an action.
Goals and outcomes differ in what they represent and how they are achieved: goals represent what you want to achieve and outcomes represent what you have achieved; goals are achievable while outcomes may not necessarily be achievable; goals tend to focus on future possibilities while outcomes tend to focus on past accomplishments; goals require planning while outcomes do not; goals have a time limit while outcomes do not.
3 Ways to Understand the Connection Between Goals and Outcomes
Great leaders always keep their eye on the prize and know how to set goals that will help them achieve their desired outcomes.
1) The first step is to understand the difference between a goal and an outcome. A goal is something that you want to achieve. An outcome is something that you have already achieved.
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