However, so many factors are involved to create change and achieve something new. Setting a goal to be great at sales doesn’t leave space for feedback, assessing the skills gap, licking your wounds and going at it again. Whereas setting the intention to become good as sales with small milestone goals, gives freedom and a ‘pulling towards’ that keeps you on your path and no matter what.
As Theodore Roosevelt said, “Believe you can get there and you’re half-way there”. Set the intention for what you want, believe you can get there and all that is left is figuring out the how, and being willing to stick with it through thick and thin.