Difference between “Vision” & “Goal” – The Simon Sinek way

What fascinates me about Simon Sinek is the ease with which he articulates his thoughts and make them sound so real. This is precisely the reason his thoughts resonate with me.

One such example is his difference between Goal and Vision.

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.

— Simon Sinek,







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