#26 Know the Difference Between Goals and Expectations

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Corporations calculate success by metrics – return on investment, productivity, key performance indicators, cost savings, balance sheets, cash flow, retention, number of goods sold, quality metrics, speed to market, profit margins. Goals are created in the aggregate of these measurements. Performance at work is tied to goals. A goals is always measurable. If it isn’t measurable, it is only a notion, not a goal. In this episode we’ll discuss how to craft sound goals and let of the unhealthy expectations we tie to them. Get Mary Lee’s free career plan at www.MaryLeeGannon.com


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