In “Chapter 5 – Expressing Your Vision” of the book Visioning, I provide a couple of examples of visions that my clients have prepared with my assistance.
I include them there to help you deepen your understanding of what the intended outcome of visioning can look like.
I trust that providing you with a “vision” of what your vision might look like helps demystify the intended outcome of visioning. The two examples I have included are not in any way designed to be prescriptive – rather merely illustrative.
These two unabridged examples are designed to demonstrate the power a detailed vision can have in helping shape the choices you are making.
The sample visions that are included in the book did not look like they do today when they were first written. Each client received feedback and coaching on their vision, through several successive drafts, as I tested and challenged them on their vision, progressively deepening their thinking.
Although we may never meet, I have developed a self- assessment tool that you can use for free to help you refine the first and successive drafts of your own vision, as a companion to the book Visioning.
This tool is comprised of a checklist of ten key questions I would ask you if I were reviewing your vision. In addition, it subsequently provides additional tactics and tips to help you avoid making the most common mistakes I see people make in the visioning process.
You can access this free tool on the nLIVEn website at: