You may do great things, but it may not be what you intended.
2) It is meant to be shared.
People can't help you get where you want to go unless they know where you want to go. Share your Vision liberally.
3) Having a Vision doesn't mean everyone will want to follow it.
Embrace that. It gives you more time to work with those that do..
4) Be flexible about how you achieve it.
A great Vision sees an end outcome, driven by your purpose. How you achieve it is an entirely different question. Be open to how you achieve it.
5) Ground your Vision with Purpose.
Without Purpose, Vision is much harder to harness. Ground yours by focusing on what's most important, your Purpose.
6) Vision is easy to want. It is much harder to create. Create it anyway.
Impact 7 Generations has participated in creating visions for organizations of many different sizes and structures across many industries. It has had the good fortune to work with and learn from some of the leading Vision practitioners in America and see it's impact on organizational success.