Identifying what constitutes a win is a little different than identifying a goal.
The goal should be the desired outcome.
The win is a satisfactory outcome.
I may plant a bunch of lettuces with the goal of having enough lettuce to fix two big salads every day. That’s the goal. However, if I get enough lettuce for one salad each day, that will be a win.
Maybe you have 10 things on your to-do list (although you shouldn’t). Chances are that you will not get them all done. You might not get most of them done. So, what one or two things, if you could get them done, would constitute enough? It isn’t ideal, but it is satisfactory.
Identifying a win helps us:
While you may not get everything done today, if you get one or two of the important things done, that will be a win. And a win is a good thing.
Do good and be well,