Below is an excerpt of a post I wrote for Charles Lee’s blog. It’s about having vision, even if you don’t feel like a visionary. Read the whole thing here.
Not everyone is going to have the capacity or desire to be a visionary. But everyone has vision.
Having vision on the usual scale looks a lot like setting goals. In fact, it looks exactly like that. You envision something you want to accomplish, and you set about doing it. Even something as simple as making dinner benefits from our vision.
The great challenge of having vision is achieving clarity. Seeing the details of something that has not yet happened is difficult. But I’ve learned that it’s an important challenge to attempt. Clarity of vision will enliven many parts of your life, from tonight’s dinner to the impact you’d like to have on the world.