You know what you want in life; how is your business going to get you there?
Studies show you are 33% more likely to achieve your personal goals just by writing them down.
Think back to when you first started your business. Or, better yet, when you first conceived the idea for your business. You had a great vision about what your business would mean – to you, your family, to your customers and perhaps to the community. Are you realizing those dreams? Are your personal goals being fulfilled?
One of the most difficult things for any of us to do is look out beyond our immediate horizon and imagine what can be. It is even harder to “paint that picture” in such vivid detail and bright colors in our “mind’s eye”, that it becomes a source of daily motivation and constant inspiration.
While there is an eternal desire to find what motives successful people, most are motivated by their own vision of success. Some make great sacrifices to give the best to their kids, others to buy their first house. We are moved by the stories of ordinary people facing enormous adversity. The common thread with these personal goals are the stories of determination is that people are strongly motivated by the clarity of their vision and purpose, but also the clarity of the route to achieving it.
In this white paper we will:
- Discuss what having a written Personal Vision should look like & how it will help you achieve your goals.
- Provide 6 considerations to developing your Personal Vision.
- Introduce how your Personal Vision will work with your Business Vision to get your business working for you, and not the other way around.