A Vision Is Not a Mission Statement
Consistently delivering a simple, memorable, and concise vision can make the difference between a successful business and a failing business. Not a mission statement, but a vision. I’m about to suggest an idea that might stir up heated debate in offices across the U.S. but will guarantee to free up thousands of hours that can be applied to improving the business. Lose the mission statement. That’s right. Throw it out and throw out all of the meetings and e-mails that go along with it.
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