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  1. saira
    May 2, 2010

    This site helped me alot.Special thanks to site.

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  2. Okyere mensah tawiah (ucc-gh)
    October 8, 2010

    Subsidized are the amount taken by government to reduce the cost of the production of a good or service. WHERE AS unsubsidised loans are loans which attract very high interest. *subsidies reduce the burden of the citizens in a country while unsubsidy increases the burden of the citizens in a country.

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  3. dp
    November 2, 2010

    Thanks

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  4. SULTAN
    December 12, 2010

    Thanks alot for the valuable info. Provided. I was really confused myself about those words.

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    • oaikhhenan godfrey okodede
      July 19, 2019

      Thanks for the clarification now I know Goal is a general aim while objective is a targeted part of the general aim within a time frame

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      • John Schlottman
        November 27, 2019

        The two terms are practically interchangeable. (“Target” is slightly different, but with overlap.) But certainly having “a hierarchy of goals” is possible, and one’s explanation can benefit from using different words.
        Establish for yourself which word you want to mean “smaller goal” and which you want to mean “larger goal”, or go with whatever those around you are using, just keeping in mind that some folks will use the words differently from you.
        For those who play any sport, “goal” is likely to feel more like something you can achieve several times a day, whereas “an objective” takes somewhat more work: you play all those games because your (team’s) “objective”, or larger goal, or “target”, or “desired result” is to win the championship. “Life goals” or “life objectives”? Maybe just a matter of taste in word choice.

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  5. Thomas Watts
    December 17, 2010

    Thank-you this article has been very, very helpful. One of the best easy to read articles on the differences between goals & objectives.

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  6. kotler sheffy
    February 6, 2011

    This article just solve a problem betweem me and myself..thanks

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  7. raheel
    February 22, 2011

    hi every one, i am very glad to see ths web site, it is helping me alot and clearing my concept on things which i believing were same. long live for the honour of this site and God bless u.

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  8. Phum
    February 22, 2011

    Thank you very much for the insight, I have been confused.

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  9. Suansh Singhal
    March 18, 2011

    Objectives can be thought in terms of S.M.A.R.T.

    S: Specific
    M: Measurable
    A: Achievable (in finite steps)
    R: Reasonable
    T: Timed

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    • Nara
      January 15, 2012

      I like your acronym.

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      • jhon
        December 5, 2016

        i like u

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    • Brath#1
      March 3, 2012

      in sales, S.M.A.R.T. acronym is used for goals. It seems to be interchangeable, however, the objective is to get the job or task done on time!!!!

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  10. vIjay Borse
    April 8, 2011

    Great ..Thanks for valuable information.but please I need some help to understand and clarity i,e.Objectives is the road map to achieve Goal.so it should be very specific as mentioned in your write -up, so is objectives and KRA is same ? then please brief it that ,how you decribe Goal ,Objectives ,KRA ,KPI

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    • Kent
      July 6, 2011

      Goal is the ultimate result you want to achieve
      Objectives are the means to achieving your goal, they are the targets you must hit to get to the goal.

      KRA stands for “key result area”, which means, when an objective is assigned to you, you must fufill this KRA in order to obtain your objective.
      KPI stands for “key performance indicator” which are very important peices of information that need to be observed on a regular basis in order to know “where you’re at” and information to help you successfully fufill your KRA and obtain your objectives.

      Once your all your objectives are successfully attained, you will acomplish your goal.

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      • jordan
        April 10, 2016

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  11. Nadeem
    May 14, 2011

    Rather surprisingly (for this site) this is a very good explanation of the difference between goals and objectives. It could do with some more elaboration though, in my opinion.

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  12. Steve
    September 28, 2011

    Goal and objective are one in the same. Take the definitions from webster:
    Goal – 2: the end toward which effort is directed: aim; synonym is objective
    Objective – 2a : something toward which effort is directed : an aim, goal, or end of action

    Goals can be measurable once you reach the end. For example, I want to retire at 65 with $1MM in the bank. That is a goal, and it is measurable; however, I won’t know if I’ve obtain that goal until I reach 65.

    An objective to reach that goal is to save $x per year earning y% over the next 30 years. This is something that is measurable on a regular basis to ensure that I will in fact achieve my goal or hopefully will learn ways to improve that goal such as retire at 60 with $1.1MM in the bank.

    I want to be a better ball player is a vague statement of desire that has no real meaning. Once you define what you mean by a better ball player, you will find metrics that can be measured.

    I want to learn more about Chinese history isn’t a goal until you put a time frame on it: I want to learn more about Chinese history before I go on my trip next year… This is then measurable as long as you define what it is you want to know by then.

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    • Dennis Huss
      September 23, 2014

      The objective in attaining that retirement goal is to live well. Objectives are the reasons goals are set. What is the objective of running down the football field with the football? to score points. What is the goal of running down the field with the football? To get to the goalpost.

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  13. Oladunjoye Taiye
    October 6, 2011

    This informatio is valuable, precise & concise…Thanks!

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  14. Angel
    November 6, 2011

    great info on goal and objective. Helpful for my year end planning. thanks for sharing

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  15. Ahmed Hadal
    February 24, 2012

    thanks, it is very clear.

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  16. CHIDEX
    February 24, 2012

    This tips has actually help me both in my academic and planning. Thank you all.

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  17. Jo
    March 7, 2012

    Good stuff. I just recently published an article regarding this same exact subject, on my blog. I like your version better though ??

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    • Brath#1
      March 11, 2012

      hey Joe, send me the address for the blog.
      thanks,
      Brath#1

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  18. Ellias Rick
    March 30, 2012

    I have really learned a lot from the difference between a goal and an objective and now can understand them better even though used interchangeably
    Thanx

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  19. koccus
    April 24, 2012

    Thanks i can now write out my project proposals by setting my goals and objectives.

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  20. Eram
    October 13, 2012

    it is realllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy helpful`thanxs

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  21. Amanj
    April 3, 2013

    thanks a lot highly appreciate.

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  22. Madeeha
    September 30, 2013

    ITS REALLY HELP FUL

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  23. R.Aller
    October 25, 2013

    I think a good way of representing it is through a straight line. You have a start and a finish. The finish is the “Goal”, and the milestones across the line are the “Objectives” that would help and assist you in reaching your goal.

    Nicely explained and very beneficial, thank you!

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  24. Dammy Enny
    October 30, 2013

    This is educative!

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  25. klaiv
    August 25, 2014

    helpful special thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  26. gashaw
    December 20, 2014

    it is good explanation

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    • Sabri
      August 5, 2016

      Hi gasha, Plz help me to differentiate between corporate and company.

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  27. Stanley Luanda
    May 16, 2015

    Very very helpful and simplistic, just gives me a very clear understanding of these two equally fundamental terms. Thank God for the gift of someone in your calibre to have this on this site. Just gives me a new vibe and direction in the small business I just set up 5 months ago. Thanks, a very valuable site in deed. God less.

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  28. anim
    October 7, 2015

    this is a very helpful article .thank you very much.

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  29. Rosah Homéz
    October 15, 2015

    Thank you Manisha for clarification of these two words – goal and onjective. I have a whole new level of appreciation for the destination and the journey. Peace

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  30. David Garnar
    November 23, 2015

    A million thanks.

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  31. Shams Tamanna
    December 8, 2015

    This website help us to improve our conversation.

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  32. olusesan olajide
    December 22, 2015

    very valuable

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  33. Sunflower
    March 30, 2016

    This was absolutely informative. Thank you for a clear understanding. I am using this for teachers who work in child care. When doing lesson plans they are getting stuck, so I am giving them Goals and Objectives to concentrate on to plan activities effectively for the children. Thanks again

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  34. Mr Mansoor Almas
    April 24, 2016

    What a nice explanation! thank you very much.

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  35. Patrick Thupe
    June 21, 2016

    Thank you very much. Now i appreciate that Goal are a long term vision which can be accomplished by setting short term(steps) that needs to be followed.

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  36. Adeel
    September 18, 2016

    amazing

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  37. wanze
    November 8, 2016

    thanks a million for these tips, they just helped me solve a puzzle

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  38. Anthony Rugira
    November 26, 2016

    thanks for all
    I cant fail to thank the admin for this and thanks as well.for the update

    QN
    DISCUSS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CURRICULUM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES?
    thanks hope to meet your ideas

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  39. Barasa Dennis
    December 3, 2016

    This is an awesome description. It has helped me know the basic and complex difference about the two interchangeable terms.Thanks a lot.

    Reply

  40. John
    January 23, 2017

    Thank you soo much for this site.it has given me insight and helped me
    Thank you again

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  41. kolapo durojaiye
    February 5, 2017

    Super duper helpful… You just solved a major block in my strategic planning with this clearly explained difference… May God bless you with more wisdom.

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  42. Lulu
    May 6, 2017

    Thanks for the explanation, I’m really helped

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  43. Wondimu Moges
    December 8, 2017

    I found it help full.

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  44. Wondimu Moges
    December 8, 2017

    I found it helpfull. THANK YOU.

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  45. Mohinder Kalra
    December 11, 2017

    Excellent explanation. Crisp and clear

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  46. Afaya Azubire philip
    January 5, 2018

    Wow,,thank you so much,,,well understood,,God bless

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  47. Mandira
    January 7, 2018

    I have clearly understood the difference between the two, goals and objectives. Thank you for writing such nice articles with examples.

    Reply

  48. Ring
    January 14, 2018

    Your definition of a goal reminds me of a falling tree in a forest.

    Reply

  49. Dell
    March 13, 2019

    Hello,
    Well conceived and written article – especially with regards to “key” words – such as “go” and “object”. Thank you so very much!

    Reply

  50. Poetrooper
    September 20, 2019

    It’s all semantics–go to any thesaurus and you’ll find the terms ‘goal’ and ‘objective’ are interchangeable, rendering your explanation to be so much wishful poppycock–much loved poppycock, to be sure, in the marketing world I once inhabited, but nonetheless a meaningless distinction.

    One can have multiple goals on his way to an objective or he can have multiple objectives on his way to a goal. Similarly, one can have partial or preliminary goals on his way to a primary goal. Ditto with objectives.

    Bottom line: Goal and objective mean the same thing. Any attempt to make a distinction is an exercise in semantics and a silly, futile exercise at that.

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    • John Schlottman
      November 27, 2019

      A+

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  51. JohnSchlottman
    November 27, 2019

    Great. But that’s ultimately a rather childish explanation.
    The two terms are practically interchangeable. But certainly having “a hierarchy of goals” is possible, and one’s explanation can benefit from using different words.
    Establish for yourself which word you want to mean “smaller goal” and which you want to mean “larger goal”, or go with whatever those around you are using, just keeping in mind that some folks will use the words differently from you.
    For those who play any sport, “goal” is likely to feel more like something you can achieve several times a day, whereas “an objective” takes somewhat more work: you play all those games because your “objective” is to win the championship. “Life goals” or “life objectives”? Maybe just a matter of taste.

    Reply

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