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Unformatted text preview: Week 5 Discussion: Vision Statement: What is a vision statement? A visions statement is future plans that you have for yourself, your employees, or the company you work for. When preparing a personal vision statement one usually includes these: thing they enjoy now, their future career plan, their plans for their social role or community stance, and their plans for retirement. These things should not include what others want from you, or what others may think about you. A personal vision statement is what your vision is of your future. Last is the length of the vision statement. I have read a few business vision statements and noticed that they are short and to the point. Most were around 50 words and none exceeded over 150. Personal Vision Statement: In my personal vision, I can see many things. The things I enjoy today like reading, writing and learning new things, I see me enjoying them in the future. My future possibilities are endless, in my career I see the small tree firm growing to a large tree firm. With our values still being “if the tree can be saved, we save it”, our firm will continue to treat the earth like the garden it is. Creating and maintaining an organized and motivated work place is still important in my visions. like the garden it is....
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course BUSI 3002 taught by Professor Marclyncheski during the Fall '11 term at Walden University.
- Fall '11