Goals versus objective

Last Update: June 30, 2016

BOTH WORDS GOAL AND OBJECTIVE COMMONLY ARE CONFUSED WITHEACH OTHER AND THAT IS BECAUSE BOTH DESCRIBE THINGS THAT MOST OF THE PEOPLEWANTS. SOMETIMES ATTAIN , OR ACHIEVE FOR EXAMPLE ,I WANT TO LOSE 10 POUNDS(OBJECTIVE ) MY GOAL IS LOSE 10 POUNDS IN 60 DAYS (GOAL) . IF YOU SEE ,BOTH AREDESIRED OUTCOMES OF WORK DONE BY A PERSON , BOTH TERMS IMPLY SPECIFIC TARGETAND THE DESIRED TO ACCOMPLISH .

LETS ANALIZED BY DEFINITION :

GOAL IS DEFINED AS THE PURPOSE TOWARD WHICH AN ENDEAVOR ISDIRECTED AND THE RESULT OR ACHIEVMENT TOWARD WHICH EFFORT IS DIRECTED ORAIMED.THE TIME FRAME USED ARE THE SHORT ,MID AND LONG TERMS .

OBJECTIVE HAS A SIMILAR DEFINITION BUT IS SUPPOSED TO BE ACLEAR AND MOST IMPORTANT A MEASURABLE TARGET. ITS SOMETHING THAT ONE EFFORT ANDACTIONS ARE INTENDED TO ATTAIN OR ACCOMPLISH PUROSE TARGET. NORMALLY THE TIMEFRAME IS MID TO LONG TERM.

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SadieChan Premium
Thanks for the info!
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Loubelle Premium
Thanks all the best
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JudeP Premium
Thanks for sharing :)
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JDunyon Premium
Goals are the foundation on which objectives are met :)
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