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Difference Between Aim and Goal

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‘So class- why don’t we all introduce ourselves to each other? Let’s have your name, your hobbies and your aim in life. Maybe we can start from the last bench’¦’, and as the entire class turned around to see who the lucky (or unlucky, depending on the person in question) guy was, I was instead trying to figure out what I’ll be declaring as the aim of my life. That day, I couldn’t understand why I heard only guffaws when I said rather emphatically, ‘I want to be a rock star.’

Fast forward a decade or so. ‘I want these files cleared by Tuesday. That’s your goal. Anything less and you can kiss your bonus good bye’, said my boss. Not really a rockstar’s life, right? And so we come to the difference between aim and goal. A goal is a target or a desired result. The aim is the process of orienting yourself and your actions towards a goal or an ambition. An aim is like a relatively long term plan of action. When you aim, you try to see the bigger picture. The goal is the final point or level to reach at, and doing so in a sense brings closure to the aim that you had some time ago. Often, goals form subsets of the aim itself. Let’s say you’re fascinated by hybrid cars and want to come up with one yourself. Your aim then becomes to get to see your ideas up and running on the roads. How do you go about it? You set yourself small goals, carefully thought out to achieve the said aim. These goals can be designing the engine, selecting the fuel, designing the car itself and so on. Each and every component once completed forms the whole, and the job is done.

Goals can thus form stepping stones which then come together to make up a stairway that finally leads to the aim.


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