Merits Of Unachievable Goals

February 2012
Goals are Not Made to be Reached. Goals are Only Made to Give Yo;Feb2012, p1
Video Length: One minute and 20 seconds. Goals are not made to be reached; instead, they're meant to give leaders direction.


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