Why You Need to Revisit Your Vision
After the last year of pandemic, lockdowns and firefighting, now is the perfect time for you to revisit your vision.
On this podcast episode, I explain why you need to revisit your vision and where it can be helpful for you, your team, your business and your future.
When I was delivering a resilience workshop last week there were lots of people saying they’ve lost their mojo. This is why revisiting our vision is key to giving ourselves meaning and direction; it’s what pushes us forward. This gives us the reason to get up in a morning.
Research says that when you’re engaged and have purpose, life becomes easier, less complicated and less stressful.
By focusing our attention externally, and giving ourselves a constant source of activity to channel our mental energies into, purpose means that we spend less time immersed in the associational chatter of our minds — the chatter which often triggers negative thoughts and feelings.
Listen in for more detail on the reasons it’s a good thing to revisit your vision and a brief summary of how you can do this.
I share the detail behind my vision, what drives my purpose and motivates me each day — so listen in if you’re as nosey as me and want a little snippet of the story behind my business.
Finally, recognise that many leaders often struggle with being able to visualise that vision, which is why in my workshops I walk them through a visualisation so they can get really clear on their vision and the reasons why it’s so powerful.
I’d love to know what your vision is, so drop an email to me at email@example.com and let me know.
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