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  • Writer's pictureRyan Luby

Know your outcome

Determine your outcome in every situation as soon as possible.

At your job, determine why you have that job and what are you planning to get from it.

In a meeting, determine the outcomes before anyone sits down.

Before you start any task, before you start talking in any conversation know your outcome.

If you don't like the outcome your heading towards, change it.

Change the conversation, or end it.

You might have gotten busy work in school but there is no time for it in life.

You aren't interested in killing time, or talking just to hear yourself...

You are working for very specific outcomes at all times.

We have micro and macro outcomes.

You need to know your outcome for each time you get in your car, and for why you wake up.

What is your outcome today?

Learn more on this:

Article: What is my outcome

Video: Outcome based thinking

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