Creating Vision - Additional Learning Resources

Creating Vision

One of the most important things about being a leader is having vision. Vision is something that the world lacks today. Without vision, nothing happens and nothing changes. How can you create vision for your own life, family, and others that you may be leading?

  • Create Your Personal Vision Statement
  • Before you can really lead other people, you have to know where you going yourself. By understanding what you believe in and what motivates you will allow you to help other people better understand themselves. What are your passions? What are your core values? Use these things to create your own vision and understand what is most important in your life. (read more)

  • Good to Great by Jim Collins
  • It is important to have a vision and mission for your organization. However, it is just as important to make sure that everyone in the organization knows and understands that vision and mission. Establish goals and then make sure that everyone is on the same track, even if people are moving in and out of the organization. This will create synergy and allow the group to move forward. (read more)

  • Our Rising Generation by Ronald A. Rasband
  • Learn how disciples of Jesus Christ prepare the next generation for the future and to reach their potential. Get ideas on things you can do to help others succeed in life and prepare for the future spiritually. (read more)

  • Top 7 Tips for Creating an Inspiring Vision by Kevin Kearns
  • Need some ideas of how to get started? Vision is a lot more than just where you want to be. Check out these 7 tips for creating an inspiring vision to build those around you. (read more)

  • Without Vision People Perish by Darren Hardy
  • "There is something even more important than eyesight and that is vision—the ability to see what is invisible to others and might not yet even exist. It is said we are not limited by our abilities or by our current circumstances. We are only limited by our vision of what can be. A vision is not just a picture of what could be; it is an appeal to our better selves, a call to become something more..." (read more)