Result-oriented

Another thing to consider is your definition of results. It’s possible that you could do every right … but still your business fail, …

There are some things that simply not in your control, and there are times when you have to define “results” in a different way than you might have thought:

Yes, my business is going through a rough time. But what am I discovering? What strengths am I gaining? What increased capacity will I have to apply to future efforts?

Even when the observable results appear to be negative, you can still make huge progress …

— The Speed of Trust, p.116

— Stephen M. R. Covey, Rebecca R. Merrill

2012.02.28 Tuesday ACHK