define personal vision

DEFINE YOUR PERSONAL VISION : how to become the change you want to see in the world


Why do you do what you do?

Every visionary is clear what he or she contributes: Steve Jobs challenged convention; Richard Branson facilitates adventure; Nelson Mandela inspired peace.

Mahatma Gandhi once said, ‘Be the change in the world you want to see.’

What change do you want to see? What’s your vision?

Discovering your Personal Vision releases enormous amounts of potential.

It brings everything you have done, and everything you will do into focus.

It makes sense of your life, possibly for the first time.

And it will help you make better decisions; not just with the big decisions in your life, like whether to get married, or move country, but also with the little decisions: do I spend time on this project or that idea, do I write this report or that presentation, do I go to this meeting or go home?

All of us face more choices every single day. That’s not surprising. We receive more information than ever.

More information doesn’t necessarily lead to better choices. So how do you know, this is the best choice?

Effective leaders make instant decisions. They know whether to do this or that.

Knowing your Personal Vision will help.

Understanding it will change your life.


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