So you have a vision for the future. Virtually every leader does.
But how do you know whether your vision is going to catch on—whether it will capture the imagination of people and actually move them forward into a different future?
I mean that’s a tall order.
And any leader who’s even spent a few minutes up front casting vision has asked themselves whether their vision will catch on or not.
Sometimes even after you unveil the vision, you live for months waiting and wondering whether it is resonating widely or whether it’s simply going to fizzle and die.
Is there a way to know whether your vision will catch on, or whether it will sputter on before it dies out?
I think there is.
8 Signs Your Vision Isn’t Going to Catch On
In my experience, a vision needs at least 8 ingredients for it to resonate with people. This isn’t scientific…it’s just experience.
I know when things haven’t caught on the way I had hoped in the past, I’ve gone back to these elements to ensure they were in place.
Hopefully they can help you craft a clear and compelling vision for your organization or ministry area that resonates.
Here are 8 signs your vision isn’t going to catch on: