We are in an exciting age where there is economic turmoil and selective economic boom simultaneously. When some are being frightened and others are prospering greatly.

Microsoft was founded with a vision of a computer on every desk, and in every home. We’ve never wavered from that vision.” Bill Gates

Genesis 13:15, For all the land which you see ( “can envision”) I will give to you ( cause you to achieve) and to your posterity forever. ( emphasis mine)

The foundation of great achievement is a vision that service the need of mankind.

There are visions to become a celebrity and there are visions that make a man or an organization a relevant force at all time.

Inspired vision is the engine room of every Enterprise that will last. Until your life mission aligns with the need of mankind and the goal of your work, great achievement is not in view.

Vision is a destination – a fixed point to which we focus all effort. Strategy is a route – an adaptable path to get us where we want to go.”

Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.” Don’t expect people to understand your grind when God didn’t give them your vision.” Vision is a picture of the future that produces passion.

The companies that survive longest are the one’s that work out what they uniquely can give to the world—not just growth or money but their excellence, their respect for others, and their ability to meet crucial needs in critical times.

Chase the vision, not the money and you will have more money than you can ever spend.

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  1. Waow…”the foundation of great achievement is a vision that service the need of mankind”. Very true Sir! That is why a food producing organization will never lose its relevance in any nation. ‘Iya Tawa’ food canteen will always have the punctuality of her school student customers. If Iya Tawa can see beyond the scale at which she is rendering her services, she will grow to become a force to reckon with.
    Thanks Sir for this eye-opener. May God help us all to catch the vision of this times and season in Jesus name.

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