Approach Vs. Outcome

Approach Vs. Outcome

Separating your approach from the outcome by constantly increasing your control over a situation and decreasing outward influence can help determine success. Statistically, over time, a prepared approach will produce better results more often.

In this Whiteboard Wisdom, Derek Weber talks to his team at goBRANDgo! about influencing the outcome. Although you can succeed mentally and fail, but fail mentally and sometimes still succeed, it is the law of averages that favors a well-prepared approach over time.

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