Monday, March 13, 2006

The Importance of Vision

What's The Vision for Your Business ten years from now? As business owners and professionals, we often get so caught up in the day to day successes and challenges that we forget to look down the road at where we are going.

A clear business vision can be an important part of our business planning process, as well as a great support for us as we navigate the ups and downs.

Sit back for a moment and think about the following - In 2016, where will you be?
  • How much money will you be making?
  • What will you be doing?
  • Who are you serving?
  • What will you be known for?
  • What will be your most significant accomplishments?
  • What major life and business goals will have been achieved?

Some pretty big questions - Stretch yourself and write these down. Make sure you are writing them down - make it as clear as possible, and something that you can return to. There are lots more questions to consider in creating your busines vision. Start a file or a book for your business vision notes . The clearer you are, the easier it will be for you to achieve this vision - even when the path ahead looks murky.

In a couple of weeks, I will be starting my next two month teleseminar series for business owners - Developing Your Business Vision. If you are interested in finding out more or registering, please visit my website, or contact me toll free at 1-866-217-1960. We'll be meeting on Thursdays from 7-8 pm (EST) starting on March 29th for two months (meeting as a group during the 2nd and 4th weeks of the month). You'll also receive each month an individual business coaching session of 30 minutes (by phone).

Jennifer Britton, MES, CPCC, CPT

Potentials Realized

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