Everyone needs a vision.
You may call it your goals, your game plan, expectations, ambitions, life’s purpose, or hopes and dreams. However no matter what you call it, it is there! Since my teenage years, I have been intrigued about how we account for the truly extraordinary, exceptional people – the creative thinkers, the outstanding performers, the dynamic catalysts for change. What is the secret of their excellence?
After a lifetime of work and observation, I have come to the following conclusion: Those people we admire have created a context and structure for a powerful for their vision to become a reality.
Their purpose comes from a clearly defined sense of self-understanding that gives direction to what they do. Then they create around themselves a strong system of support for achieving their goals.
Most of us are simply unaware of our strengths. Further, we have been taught to focus our energies on what we are not rather than what we are. As a result, we undermine our own self-confidence.
Once we become more fully aware of who and what we are, accept ourselves and focus on our own strengths, we can begin the process of achieving our potential.
Through the years of observation, study, interviewing and hands on research at John M. Ruh and Associates, we have developed an approach to assisting leaders who are truly committed to achieving their vision. We believe that by helping you to see yourself, your team, your company in a new light, you can become more motivated to start the process of continuous improvement, and develop a program that fits who you are and supports your vision.
Everyone has a vision. You may call it your goals, expectations, ambitions, life’s purpose or hopes and dreams. However, whatever you call it, it is there! If you are interested in clarifying and pursuing your vision, we can promise you that by starting this dialogue, you will begin the process of finding the answers that lie within you, your team and your company.