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Vision vs. Goals

The vision that you glorify in your mind, the ideal that you enthrone in your heart, this you will build your life by, and this you will become.

A human without a dream is almost dead. Every person needs a reason to live and they are built up of dreams. Vision in scientific terms is to see physical things. In philosophical terms it is the ability to perceive something beyond real and creates a motivation in the perceiver to live and achieve it.

Characteristics of a Vision

Goals from Vision
Goals are the derivatives of a vision. A goal is what translates a vision to reality. When you set small objectives that are time bound and measurable and work towards reaching your vision that is what constitutes a goal. Your vision might look vague or unrealistic but your goals should be very clear and realistic to you. This will only help you to achieve what seems unachievable. A goal has the following characteristics:

Vision is important for not just businesses but even individuals to succeed. It is your best future state and what you actually want to be like. True leaders believe vision to be a reality that will come to existence someday. It is palpable to them and often they are so passionate about their vision that they are ready to move mountains if need be, just to transform their vision to reality.

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