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Do I Communicate Our Vision Well

Here are some great aspects to how our vision should be presented:

Written: If it is in your head, no one can see it. Plain: Keep it very simple so that it is memorable. Everyone: Make it available to all. Passes: Keep it accessible and in plain view. Read: Did I already mention written? Easily: You don’t need big words to be credible. Quickly: Short is good.

How clear is your vision statement, company idea or purpose, or whatever you choose to call it? Test it against the mandate above. There is a lot of Godly wisdom in a plain, simple, easily read, available, clear vision.

God gave us one: “Go into all the world and make disciples of all men.”

Quick Prayer: Lord, please give me clarity and the ability to articulate it effectively. Amen.

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Written by Allison Levy

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