“Goal v/s Vision” – Best Definition

The best and the crispest way to visualize the difference between Goal and Vision is the following definition by Simon Sinek.

The difference between vision and a goal is the finish line.

  • A goal is 26.2 miles. You can simply count the metrics and know when you’ve completed your goal.
  • A vision is having a crystal clear sense of what the finish line looks like, but no idea of how far away it is.

Published by dipsviewpoints

Tech geek , gourmet , preacher and seeker of motivation

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