Effort? Or Results?

I recently re-listened to Brooke’s podcast #80 – Lessons with Stephen Cope. One of the main takeaways from that episode is that it is the effort, the showing up for work that is of primary importance, not the accomplishment.
However, in other podcasts (can’t remember the number or episode), Brooke has stated that we need to focus on our results, what we accomplish, and not measure our work in terms of being busy or “doing.” (I think it was the episode where Brooke gave the example of a company launching a new product. They don’t try to sell it talking about the time it took them to create it or how hard they worked; they focus on the benefits of the product.)
I’m trying to reconcile these thoughts but I keep getting muddled.
Can you help me figure this out?
Thanks in advance.