Mission Tells How Objectives Are To Be Met (3-4)

Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.
-Sun Tzu

It’s all about strategy!

In this writing, we hope to help you to clearly understand the mechanics of personal, interpersonal and organizational missions and how they apply to the achievement of real solid goals. If you’ve been following my blog, by now you should realize that there is a subtle distinction between vision and mission. For our purposes here and in my entire VisionQuest90 „¢ system, we consider “vision” a statement of where we are going; then “mission” a statement how we intend to travel. We have to clarify this because these two points are often confused in the popular literature, worst yet in the corporate strategic plans of quite a few major organizations and municipalities. The ideas of vision and mission must exist simultaneously. If not, organizations will not be able to define a rational reason for their existence nor will they be able to garner support along the way. The same is true for interpersonal and family planning.

You see my friends; mission itself actually sets the tone and begins to outline several critically unique ideas, mission: [Read more…]