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Shivani Siroya

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Vision

Harnessing your imagination to create a future that doesn’t yet exist.

You have probably set a goal, or many goals, in your lifetime. Goals are wonderful — they are typically outcome focused and often lead us to what is probable.  A vision requires your imagination to explore what is possible (not just probable). Goals are stepping stones that live inside the context of the larger vision.

Disruptors
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Seeing Pathways In Chaos

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No Map, No Role Model

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There's Always A Map

Ironically, working toward a goal can be more fulfilling than achieving the goal itself. A vision is slightly different than a goal in that it is more process focused and anchors to a deeper meaning. When there is a deeper meaning in your life’s pursuits, you’re more likely to stay on the path of improvement when things inevitably get difficult. 

World class performers tend to be very clear on where they’re going and what’s possible for them. When people are driven by deep meaning and purpose they become more resilient in the face of challenges. Meaning allows us to stay in it when things get difficult.

Questions
to ask yourself

Do you have a vision for yourself as a mom, or a dad, or a sibling or friend?

What is an example of a goal that you set and reached? Why was reaching that goal important to you?

Which area in your life do you want to set a vision for? What is something that you think might be possible for you to experience in the next year? What are things that need to change in your current situation / environment to achieve this vision?

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