Friday, October 2, 2015

Vision Is Power

We must be clear about what we want.  It must be truly important to us.  We must believe that we can achieve it. It is the power to transcend "what is" and bring into existence what does not now exist -- the power whereby anything worthwhile is accomplished. Vision consists of three parts:

Clarity --- Value --- Faith

Everything that exists was first created in the mind. People who succeed are first and foremost people of vision.  Do you know people who live their lives from vision?  What characteristics do these people have in common? 

What keeps us from achieving our visions?  Most often it is our own thinking. Think about those beliefs that keep you from achieving your vision.

How can you translate your vision into reality?  Set specific goals to achieve your vision.  Vision is what you want to achieve; goals are how you will get there.

Until next time...

Sheryl Tuchman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

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