You have very little chance of ever getting there if you don’t identify the end target. Planning and determining the straight line between those two points is what strategy is all about. A effective plan takes you from where you are to where you want to go in the most productive way possible, rather than taking the scenic path. You won’t be able to draw the straight line unless you know where and what point B is. Many entrepreneurs, in my experience, want to jump ahead and start selling their company before they’ve established their desired end point. This is both unrealistic and, more importantly, a mistake that could jeopardise the company’s future success. You may use a variety of marketing strategies. Sure, marketing is relevant for business, but what you say, how you say it, and to whom you say it all hinge on defining your point B. You can spend all of your money and time on ads, but if you don’t know what you’re trying to achieve, your efforts will be completely in vain. Small companies, on the other hand, have no space for waste. So, what is your vision for the future? Make a mental image of what you want to achieve. You can’t get what you can’t see. It is for this reason that visualisation techniques are so effective. If you follow our vision formula, your company will thrive. his response
The first step in developing your business vision is to determine exactly what the future entails. You do this by moving forward in time to point B and then reflecting on the events that led up to that point. It’s crucial to write this down rather than just thinking it to help it stick in your subconscious mind. This should be written in paragraph format and contain as much rich detail as possible, as well as many emotive words as possible.