Vision Determines Decisions By Boniface G. Gitau

Vision Determines Decisions By Boniface G. Gitau
Vision Determines Decisions By Boniface G. Gitau

“Now it shall come to pass, if you diligently obey the voice of the LORD your God, to observe carefully all His commandments which I command you today, that the LORD your God will set you high above all nations of the earth.”

Every vision requires specific conditions and capital in order to be achieved, prerequisites which are not set by the pursuer but by the vision itself.  So as the pursuer of the vision, you do not have the option of deciding what you want to invest.

Your vision already has set standards.  For instance, if your vision is to establish an accounting firm, you must study accounting and become certified.  These conditions are preset.   Many people do not understand this powerful principle.

They assume that they can take any decisions that suit them and still fulfill their vision.  To understand this principle better, think about achieving your vision as pursuing a job position.

Every advertised position requires specific qualifications.  Without them, you cannot land an interview, let alone get the job.  In the same way, you cannot fulfill your vision until you choose to meet its terms.

If you truly want to achieve your vision, take time to establish the prerequisites that your vision demands.  To learn the demands of your vision, ask yourself the following questions.

What will I need in order to accomplish my vision?  What should I avoid?  What must I start doing?  Failure to meet the demands of your vision means a failed vision.  Your responsibility is to align yourself with the integral terms and conditions of your vision.

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By Boniface G. Gitau

Excerpts from “The Power of Vision”

Deuteronomy 28:1 (NKJV)

Vision Determines Decisions By Boniface G. Gitau

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