Mission & Vision Statement

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Vision Statement Examples
Here are some vision statement examples which you can follow if you have no idea as to what a vision statement actually means. Also learn how to write a vision statement and how various companies and business people write their vision statements. Read on...

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Writing a Vision Statement
Writing a vision statement needs total cooperation of the company heads, or of those people who are leading the company. It's important for the company to understand where they see themselves, five years later, to know what they have to achieve within that period and various other goals of the company. So what some of the company people do is, they sit in a room and imagine that they have been kidnapped by some hooligans and after facing lots of difficulties for five years, they have now been released and they are now back in the company. Next, they have to visualize that while they are entering the company, what changes, what improvements do they see, what has the company achieved, etc. Whatever the team visualizes, becomes a list of the company's vision statement. For example, if one person sees that the company has been re-located in a posh area, then that becomes a vision statement of the company.

Similarly, personal vision statements are also written in the same manner. The only difference is, that you do not have to discuss it with others while writing your goals. Think for few minutes what you want to do in life, what do you want to achieve in life and then write it down. Also write down what are the steps that you have to follow in order to achieve that goal, so that it becomes easier for you to achieve your target. Be it the company's vision statements or personal vision statements, it has to be read every single day so that it becomes embedded in your mind or in the minds of the team leaders of the company. The vision statement kind of gives a different branding to your company.

Use present tense when you are writing the vision statement. Write as if it's happening, as if you can actually hear the announcer calling out your name at the award ceremony. This gives you the feeling that the goal has already been achieved. Also write the statements with an emotional touch, how you or your company leaders would feel when the achievement takes place. If you are writing about your company getting the best company award then write how you would react, how others would react. Feel it while writing. You can also add some more details like what you are wearing, what others are doing, where you...
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