Corporate organizations are aware of the importance of having a vision, mission, and values statement. They use these statements to gain consensus within the organization and use them as a foundation for forming goals and objectives.
Your vision is a future desired state. What do you want to be like in 10 or 20 years time?
Your mission is what you are doing now. What is the core purpose of your life?
Your values define how you achieve your mission and vision. What important principles govern your behavior?
What Is Your Life’s Vision?
When was the last time you reflected on the future? When was the last time you visualized a future self and what that future self will be like?
Would you like to write a simple vision statement for your life? It could be a concise set of 2-3 lines describing a visualized future state.
Your vision should be written in the future tense and should be inspiring and challenging. You do not need to worry about wordsmithing, keep the statement abstract but clear. And give it a timeline.
Consider all the things that you enjoy doing, the activities that bring you joy. And issues you care deeply about.
Here are some questions to consider:
- Where am I going to be in 10 years?
- What contribution will I make to impact the world in a positive way?
- If I achieved all my current goals, what would I look like in 10 years?
Here is an example of a personal vision statement from Oprah Winfrey: “To be a teacher. And to be known for inspiring my students to be more than they thought they could be.”
Your vision statement can be encapsulated in a few sentences to give your life clarity and direction.
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