When it comes to flight, lift and thrust are key. But another critical factor is vector.
Vector is essentially the heading or direction of your aircraft. Factors such as wind, turbulence, weather and a poor cross-check can cause a pilot to get “off vector”. As such, this vector constantly needs to be updated or you’ll get off course and miss your target.
Just like in aviation, you too need to set a vector for your day (week and year) to ensure you’re on the right heading to hit your targets and accomplish your goals.
Setting your target (goal), establishing (and updating!) the vector of your aircraft, and following that course with discipline will help you reach your target and win.