147 examples of Achievable in a sentence
So I always felt like my job was to take these ideas and kind of turn them into company goals, make them achievable, and kind of roll the company over from this steep slope, get it comfortable.
Now we're not here for that long anyway, but to spend almost half of our life lost in thought and potentially quite unhappy, I don't know, it just kind of seems tragic, actually, especially when there's something we can do about it, when there's a positive, practical, achievable, scientifically proven technique which allows our mind to be more healthy, to be more mindful and less distracted.
History portrays these people as aged eccentrics, but if only they'd known that their dreams were actually
Again, using a map of the United States for scale, this is what I would call a highly
But we think it's also
But it's an
cut for most libraries to absorb.
It sounds audacious, but let's just stick it out there, that one day maybe we can rise up above a beach, fly up and down the coastline of it, rise up a bit higher, with some of the safety kit we're working on to make this
I think with some hard work this is an
We don't know yet how to build a society which is environmentally sustainable, which is shareable with everybody on the planet, which promotes stability and democracy and human rights, and which is
in the time-frame necessary to make it through the challenges we face.
Now, look, if we do all this stuff, and we can, it's so
So this will allow us to create personalized medicines in the Third World at a cost that is actually
and make the world a safer place.
With innovative financing solutions, what was impossible has become eminently
These targets may be ambitious, but they are entirely
The SDGs set a bold but
agenda for addressing poverty, reducing inequality, improving education and health, and protecting the planet.
That may be an ambitious goal, but it is achievable, especially if Brazil becomes more deeply integrated into global markets and multinational production networks.
The Colombian model of transitional justice acknowledges that national reconciliation is
only if the communities broken by the long, savage war are repaired and revitalized.
The old model of private partnerships – in which partners had an incentive to monitor each other to avoid reckless investments – gave way to one of public companies aggressively competing with each other and with commercial banks to achieve ever-rising profitability, which was
only with reckless levels of leverage.
Fixing impaired banking systems after a crisis is both essential and
Plans to replicate some of the remarkable improvements in London and southeast England’s educational attainment of the last 20 years are ambitious but
More constructively, the business world uses imitation through the practice of benchmarking, whereby companies share performance information so that they can all learn what is
and whom to try to imitate, thus facilitating the identification of “best practices.”
Indeed, 2010 will determine whether US President Barack Obama’s vision of a nuclear-free world will remain a distant but
hope, or must be abandoned.
It leaves no room for doubt that a nuclear-free world is
without any risk to the security of individual states, provided that for the next 20 years or so there is sustained political will around the world, particularly in the nuclear-weapon states.
The goal of eradicating malaria in our lifetime may sound ambitious, but it is
Even with the diminished power of so many Western countries today, that should be
This would require an annual growth of per capita income of around 7%, something that is
given India's economic conditions.
These are clear and
goals, and the public sector should play a major role in advancing them.
But, unlike most dreams, this one is
When people see an institution that relates to something that they feel passionate about failing so publicly to abide by simple rules, they lose faith not only in that institution, but also in the idea that good governance is