|Vision vs Goals|
A vision is something you see or feel that is possible for you or others, yet it’s “quite a way” from being real.
Martin Luther King, Jr., had a vision. Visions can take years or decades to realize. For Martin Luther King, the vision was so clear and compelling that he was pulled forward to do his part. A goal, on the other hand, is something that you devise. A vision generally comes to you – you don’t invent or create it, because it’s already there. However, you do get better at feeling, and articulating it.
Goals, while still valuable, are generally less powerful than a clear vision. Goals require a number of push structures to keep you on track, focused, and working toward it. A vision requires almost none of that, so it’s less “costly,” demanding and uses up fewer resources.
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