We should never feel guilty for staying true to our vision.

In the process-of-progress, it’s difficult for people to conceive in their mind the same outcomes that we have–our vision.

Any great vision is too complex for bystanders to fully comprehend. Spend no time or energy pondering the side-comments or evaluations of those who do not understand the bigger picture.

Those who do understand our vision, we need to hear, heeding their advice if necessary.

Maybe, it’s worth revisiting our vision. Especially so, if we never took the time to make sure it was the right vision in the first place.


Profile pic

A note from the author:
CONTACT ME
Twitter | Facebook | InstagramYouTubejakob@myc.team

Serving you is my sincerest pleasure. Please, don’t hesitate to reach out with criticisms (be harsh), praise (not necessary), questions (answers), or just to say hello and chat (my favorite).

Love & Areté,
Jakob Gollon

Jakob's Blog

Anecdotes on Areté, Perspective, Leadership, Education, Communication, Poetry, Book Readings, and other random thought provoking ideas.

Let the journey begin!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share this post with your friends!