Goals. Targets. Resolutions. We’ve all used these tactics both in our personal lives and professionally. I want to lose 10 lbs. I want to exceed my sales targets by 20% next quarter. Most of the time these types of goals are outcome based. An outcome-based goal focuses on the results, which usually only allows us one opportunity to be right once the goal is attained. If I lose 10 lbs, then I’ll be happy. If I exceed my sales targets, then I’ll be successful. So, what happens when the goal is not met? Well, every time you step on the scale and you haven’t lost 10 lbs yet, you may feel deflated, not good enough, fat, useless, etc. What if we turned that outcome-based goal into a behaviour-based goal and we could be happy and feel successful every day?