Every Leader Needs a Great Vision – 3 Types of Visions

For some of us, it may be a dubious hobby, a 2000-piece jigsaw puzzle offers a great analogy for a vision. Specifically, the picture on the puzzle box is your vision. It is extremely difficult to complete a jigsaw puzzle without having that picture to reference, and the same is true for realizing your vision.

Before you begin organizing and assembling the small puzzle pieces that are inside the box, the picture on top very clearly reflects the final result. It shows you what you are trying to build. That is your vision – the outcome you’re striving to create.

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About the Authors

Peter B. Stark and Mary C. KellyExecutive leadership development and corporate training coaches, Peter B. Stark and Mary C. Kelly (Commander, US Navy Ret.) are co-authors of the new book, Why Leaders Fail and the 7 Prescriptions for Success. Peter is the President of Peter Barron Stark Companies. Mary is the President of Productive Leaders.

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