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    Difference between goal and ambition?
    Category General Interview Questions
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    Added on 7/7/2005
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    Goal ? has time limit

    Ambition ? has no time limit

    As you reach your goal if you have ambition you will target next

    Posted by: Mahak    

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    Goal - Can be set by others
    Ambition - is more personal and set by the person

    Posted by: Rachit Garg    

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    goal is ur target and ambition is the desire to reach the target with high personal satisfaction

    Posted by: shwetha    

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    1. Goal setting is a powerful process for personal planning.

    2. GOAL is the semantic role of the;

    * place to which something moves, or
    * thing toward which an action is directed.

    1. AMBITION - it is the last infirmity of noble minds.

    2. Ambition- Means strong desire for advancement

    Posted by: Seun James    

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    Goal is the short term process.
    Ambition is a long yerm process.

    Posted by: ankur    

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    goal is a target and ambition is necessary to get your target.

    Posted by: chani    

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    goal is what to be you now.
    ambition is what you aiming to be in future.

    Posted by: praveenkumar    

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    Goal is an object that can be described and quantified.

    Ambition is rather a process combined with goals.

    Posted by: TIYARA VS    

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    Goal uses for development of our mind.


    Ambition uses for development of our future

    Posted by: uma    

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    Goal is the future oriented what you want to achive and Ambition is the drive to achive the Goal.

    Posted by: Saumil Chauhan    

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    Actually ambition works az a bridge 2 reach d destination i.e goal

    Posted by: SANJU    

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    Ambition is something that is set by oneself in a long span of time while goal is something set by others in a particular span of time.

    Posted by: Yashmit Sutodia    

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