Vision and Mission
What in your personal, spiritual, and professional life do you want to
create? "People come to work for reasons other than making money. There is
an excitement about work that continually draws people to it. Personal mastery
means that people are good at what they do and are constantly trying to fulfill
dreams of creativity. Genuine personal mastery tends to dissolve the conflict
between personal and professional lives. There is an excitement about life and
about being alive."
Robert Fritz. The Path
of Least Resistance. New York: Fawcett Columbine, 1989. ISBN 0-449-90337-0
Creative tension is the pulling force of a vision
that continually moves current reality toward anticipated dreams. Commitment to a
vision becomes the basis for decisions, planning, strategies, and actions.
Peter M. Senge,
The Fifth Discipline, The Art & Practice of The Learning Organization,
Currency Doubleday, 1994