Ideas and vision are partners in a dance that has progressed the human race further than any other species on the planet.
Without one, the potential of the other would never be fully realised.
There’s a certain level of audacity involved when creating your vision and that’s not a bad thing, by any stretch of the imagination.
In fact, the more audacious your vision, I would argue the more likely you’re to get people on board with it.
I think it’s important that we take the time to cultivate our ideas and create our own visions, even just for ourselves.
This can be extremely difficult, (I’m still working on mine) but the sooner you’re able to clearly articulate your vision, the easier it’ll become to persuade others to join you in your efforts.
It might be worth writing down a list of your ideas, pinpointing key themes and working toward the developmental stages of your life’s ambition.
It’s a daunting task but there is a sense of purpose that comes with its completion.
Here’s my vision:
Every day, you learn new possibilities and develop new tendencies that constantly shape you into who you are; the person you choose to be.
I believe in a future where all people are in touch with the notion of self-development and actively pursue a life of understanding and purpose in both their professional and vocational occupations.
With an unwavering desire to help people understand themselves and their goals, an unshakeable air of positivity and a no bullshit approach to the lessons I teach, I aim to inspire others into taking action and encourage those who think they can’t to make the changes in their lives that I know they can.
I’m determined to show that self-education and breaking convention is the way of the future and hope that by sharing my art, others will feel compelled to share theirs, too.
What’s your vision?