When Partners Need Written Goals

Undervater shoot of swimming pool with swimmer holding both thumbs upThree questions to ask yourself.

By August J. Aquila
What Makes a Great Partnership

If we achieve what we measure, then is it true that we become what we think about most of the time?

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Philip E. Humbert, Ph.D. wrote, “The human brain is a goal-seeking, problem-solving machine, and the things we think about, focus on and worry about inevitably shape our destiny.”