Ambition vs. AIMbition


AIMbition means "to intend or direct". It combines the Latin verb, ire, meaning “to go,” with the action-suffix, –tion. It's an action word with laser focus. One part AIM; two parts action! Intention-into-action. Creative action. Keeping in mind that results are just feedback to adjust your aim and action. AIM! Go! Go! and AIM again. Heart, fact, act.

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