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What would be a title that is complementary to the title "Goals Achieved"?

By "complementary", I mean a title that can be used in contrast to "Goals Achieved" to refer to the goals that now need to be achieved following the goals achieved.

I thought of something along the lines of "Goals Expected". However, this makes it sound as if these goals are sure to be achieved, which is not necessarily true.

I'm looking for a succinct title.

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Complement is vague. Are you asking about words to add to the partial title “Goals Achieved”, or words to replace that title, or a new title for another section, or content of the paragraphs after the title, or something else? (Please respond by editing and improving question) – jwpat7 Jun 17 '13 at 16:28
Anticipated Outcomes? Future Benchmarks? It really kind of depends on what the situation is... – batpigandme Jun 17 '13 at 16:58
"Goals yet to achieve"? – Marcos Gonzalez Jun 17 '13 at 17:02
Normally one would just write "Goals". – MετάEd Jun 17 '13 at 17:04
Succint is a common misspelling of succinct. Succinct has a total of 3 c's in it. – jwpat7 Jun 17 '13 at 18:54
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I suggest Goals Remaining as this reinforces an expectation that they will (should, must) be achieved in time.

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Upcoming Goals would likely suit your needs.

Alternatively, Impending, future, and new could also work.

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