Book one vision book graphics outline rev 9 13

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Published on September 24, 2016

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1. Shaping Dreams into Vision; Vision to Reality Rodrigo Tano and Rey Halili Introduction by Mr. Josil Gonzales High Lights Flow of the Book Book One: Include VISION RENEWAL

2. Mission: Defines how you are going to pursue the purpose of your life, to accomplish your purposes. Values: Main values protected by your core belief reflec- ting your self identity, culture and priorities. Vision: Defines where and What you wants to be in the future. It reflects your optimistic view of your future. The process of integrating life, dreams and aspiration with Core Belief, Values and casting them concretely into a Vision and Mission Statement Dream lofty dreams, and as you dream, so shall you become. Your Vision is the promise of what you shall one day be; your Ideal is the prophecy of what you shall at last unveil. The greatest achievement was at first and for a time a dream. The oak sleeps in the acorn; the bird waits in the egg; and in the highest vision of the soul a waking angel stirs. Dreams are the seedlings of realities. James Allen PERSONAL VISION CASTING PROCESS

3. What is Personal Vision A true vision must provide a clear image of a desirable future, one which represents an achievable, challenging and worthwhile long-range target toward which you can direct yur efforts and energies." The ability to receive a vision from God, to develop a plan for your life to see that vision come about and to guide or serve as reference for you through necessary change so that the vision becomes a reality is crucial to your effective living. A personal vision statement expresses your understanding of God's call for your life – focusing on who you are and what you do.

4. What does it do for us * focuses energy for greater effectiveness, * establishes meaning for today, * gives hope for the future, * brings unity to the family, or team and * raises commitment level from each. "Seeing the benefits of vision can be a powerful motivation for individuals to reprioritize their activities and resources." George Barna,, The Power of Vision

5. Vision/ Mission/ Core values Shared Strategy Developed Structure To be Built Skills RequiredPeople Recruited System installed Shaping Our Vision to Reality This is what the book is all about From vision/mission/core/values shared, strategy is developed and analysed skills and type of people needed to build the structure to finally develop system for implementation

6. Ask God to prepare your heart and open your eyes Discern and write your basic beliefs and core values Expose yourself to needs and opportuniti es Understan d your context and varIous scenarios Attempt to write your vision statement Write your Mission Statement PERSONAL VISION CASTING PROCESS

7. Flowchart From Vision to Action Plan

8. Dreams are whispers of the soul! PPP “Nothing happens but first a dream.” A true vision provides a clear image of a desirable future, one which represents an achievable, challenging and worthwhile long-range target toward which people can direct their efforts and energies." Characteristics of a godly vision: catches a glimpse of reality from God's perspective recognizes God's desire to bless his people (Eph 3:20-21) flows out of God's redemptive purposes (Matt 28:18-20) seeks God's specific assignment sets standards of excellence clarifies purpose and direction inspires people and organizations bridges the present and the future The ability to receive a vision from God, and to develop a strategy and plan to see that vision come about and to guide or serve as reference to those around you through necessary change so that the vision becomes a reality is crucial to effective managing your life.

9. Who are you? Self as the starting point Discovering your life purpose means focusing on the essence of who you are. Our life‘s purpose becomes an anchor for all we do and strive for. Six process questions to create a long term plan for your life. 1. Who are you? 2. Where do you want to go? 3. What do you want to accomplish? 4. Where are you now? 5. What are the means to get there? 6. What are the measure of your progress?

10. Dream lofty dreams, and as you dream, so shall you become. Your Vision is the promise of what you shall one day be; your Ideal is the prophecy of what you shall at last unveil. The greatest achievement was at first and for a time a dream. The oak sleeps in the acorn; the bird waits in the egg; and in the highest vision of the soul a waking angel stirs. Dreams are the seedlings of realities. The Vision that you glorify in your mind, the Ideal that you enthrone in your heart—this you will build your life by, this you will become.

11. MOVING FROM VISION TO ACTION Characteristics of a godly vision: catches a glimpse of reality from God's perspective recognizes God's desire to bless his people (Eph 3:20-21) flows out of God's redemptive purposes (Matt 28:18-20) seeks God's specific assignment sets standards of excellence clarifies purpose and direction inspires people and organizations bridges the present and the future MISSION OR PURPOSE A precise description of what an organization does.It should describe the business or ministry the organization is in.It is a definition of “why” the organization exists currently. Each member of an organization should be able to verbally express this mission. Cherish your visions; cherish your ideals; cherish cherish the music that stirs stirs in your heart, the beauty that forms in your mind, the loveliness that drapes your purest thoughts, for out of them will grow all delightful conditions, all, heavenly environment; of these, if you but remain true to them, your world will at last last be built. “ As a man thinketh” Allen

12. PROJECTED CAPABILITY WHAT ARE YOU HERE FOR? VISION & MISSION MINISTRY REFOCUSED & REDEFINED CONTEXT CULTURE ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS Future Scenarios Your Personal Vision Development Process WHAT'S RESOURCES NEEDED? REDEFINED RESOURCES CURRENT CAPABILITY Copyright Rey Halili

13. IN PURSUIT OF DREAMS AND VISION START Copyright Rey Halili

14. Vision/Mission/ Core values Shared Strategy Developed StructureTo be Built Skills Required People System installed Shaping Our Vision to Reality From vision/mission/core/values shared, strategy is developed and analysed skills and type of people needed to build the structure to finally develop system for implementation

15. Who are you? Discovering your life purpose means focusing on the essence of who you are. Our life‘s purpose becomes an anchor for all we do and strive for. Six process questions to create a long term plan for your life. 1. Who are you? 2. Where do you want to go? 3. What do you want to accomplish? 4. Where are you now? 5. What are the means to get there? 6. What are the measure of your progress?

16. LIFE PURPOSE EXERCISE RIGHT NOW, SPEND FIVE MINUTES DRAFTING A ONE SENTENCE OF YOUR LIFE WITH THESE • WHAT AM I STRIVING FOR? • WHAT IS THE AIM OR GOAL OF • WHAT IS THE MAIN RESULT I MY LIFE? • WHAT AM I DETERMINED OR TO ACHIEVE WITH MY LIFE?

17. WHERE AM I NOW? THE SECOND PART OF THE PERSONAL VISIONING PROCESS IS TO IDENTIFY WHERE YOU ARE RIGHT NOW AND THIS MEANS TELLING THE TRUTH ABOUT YOURSELF. BE READY TO RECREATE YOURSELF AND YOUR FUTURE THROUGH SETTING GOALS AND BEING ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEM.

18. IT: YOU CAN FOCUS ON WHAT YOU LEARNED FROM YOUR PAST, GETTING CAUGHT UP IN REPEATING MISTAKES. YOU CAN DISCOVER A WAY TO FORWARD WITHOUT FEELING ABOUT THE PAST. YOU CAN CHANGE THE WAY THINGS WITHOUT HAVING TO BE UPSET WAY THINGS HAVE BEEN. THIS HAVE TO BELIEVE YOU CAN CAN ENGAGE IN NEW WAYS OF

19. EXPLORE YOUR READINESS TO CHANGE AND THREATS TO CHANGE: KNOWING YOUR LEVEL OF READINESS CHANGE IS KEY IN MOVING FORWARD ANY PLAN. THERE ARE MANY THEORIES READINESS FOR CHANGE AND EVEN TO ASSESS READINESS. IN GENERAL YOU CAN BE DELIBERATING, DESIGNING, DOING AND THEN DEFENDING THE CHANGE.OPTIONAL: Video of Change Dynamics

20. GOALS. TWO OF THESE ARE ENERGY DRAINERS, WHICH SUCK THE VITALITY OUT OF YOUR DAYS AND UNMET, OR SOMETIMES UNACKNOWLEDGED NEEDS ENERGY DRAINERS: THERE ARE TWO KINDS OF ENERGY DRAINERS- GNATS AND SUFFERINGS − THE LITTLE ANNOYANCES OR GNATS OF YOUR LIFE ARE THE SMALL THINGS YOU BRUSH OFF OR IGNORE, BUT ARE THE THINGS THAT ACCUMULATE TO EXTRACT YOUR ENERGY. THESE ARE THINGS LIKE MESSY CLOSETS THAT KEEP YOU FROM FINDING THINGS, OR AN UNFINISHED PROJECT. THE ACCUMULATION OF THESE LITTLE THINGS CAN BECOME MASSIVE

21. BEGIN TO EXPLORE AND IDENTIFY YOUR UNMET NEEDS SO THAT YOU CAN DESIGN GOALS AROUND GETTING THOSE NEEDS MET AND IN GENERAL, BE MORE SUCCESSFUL IN ACCOMPLISHING YOUR GOALS.

22. WRITE OUT YOUR PLAN: THERE’S A THERE’S A SAYING: “A GOAL CLEARLY DEFINED IS A GOAL HALFWAY ACHIEVED.” WRITING IS A TOOL FOR GAINING PRECISION. WRITING ALSO HELPS US REMEMBER OUR PLANS AND COMMUNICATE THEM TO OTHERS.

23. FIRST YOU WILL WRITE SOME 3 TO 5 YEAR GOALS (MID-POINT GOALS) FOR EACH OF YOUR LONG TERM GOALS THAT WILL MOVE YOU TOWARD THE FUTURE LONG TERM GOALS. WHEN MOST PEOPLE PLAN, THEY START AT THE PRESENT AND PROJECT FORWARD IN TIME. IN PLANNING STRATEGICALLY, YOU START AT THE FUTURE AND WORK BACKWARD IN TIME, TOWARD THE PRESENT. FOR EXAMPLE, IF YOUR LONG TERM GOAL IS TO TRAVEL AT LEAST FOUR TIMES A YEAR, YOUR 3 TO 5 YEAR GOAL MAY BE TO BE ABLE TO TRAVEL TWO TIMES PER YEAR. IF YOUR LONG TERM GOAL IS WORKING IN A CAREER THAT IS FULFILLING, THEN YOUR 3 TO 5 YEAR GOAL MAY BE TO START A BUSINESS THAT YOU ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT.

24. What is core values A company’s culture is its basic personality, the essence of how its people interact and work. Culture is the self-sustaining pattern of behavior that determines how things are done. Made of instinctive, repetitive habits and emotional responses, culture can’t be copied or easily pinned down. Corporate cultures are constantly self-renewing and slowly evolving: What people feel, think, and believe is reflected and shaped by the way they go about their business. You can plaster the walls with large banners proclaiming new values, but people will go about their days, right beneath those signs, continuing with the habits that are familiar and comfortable. But this inherent complexity shouldn’t deter leaders from trying to use culture as a lever. Some practitioners of Vision Casting starts with Core Values before going to defining their Vision and Mission Statement

25. Core Values. The best organizations develop core values that impact their culture, brand, and business strategies — making them quite unique. So we took an inside look at the core values of highly-engaged and successful companies to learn what makes them tick, what they believe and how they operate and do business. Here are we have picked as examples of core values from 15 high-performance companies–across various industries–that aim to deliver more than profit with a values-based business approach: Recommend that we also set a personal beliefs and core values using the same process and principles.

26. Strengths What is working well with you? Personal, family, career and work Weaknesses What is missing or needs improvement? Threats What threats have you identified? Opportunities What opportunities do you see? Want to see in the next 5-10 years Your Self Assessment SWOT Analysis

27. Guidelines in Preparing Your Core Belief , Mission and Values Statement Suggested Guidelines Writing Your Core beliefs, Values and Mission and Vision Statement The best vision statements for result areas describe outcomes that are five to ten years away, although some look even further out. For projects and goals, the vision statement should focus on the desired outcome of the project/goal at its completion date. Describe Your Statement in the Present Tense Describe your vision statement in present tense as if you were reporting what you actually see, hear, think and feel after your ideal outcome was realized.

28. Make your Statement Emotional Your vision statement should describe how you will feel when the outcome is realized. Including an emotional payoff in your vision statement infuses it with passion and will make it even more compelling, inspiring, and energizing. Add Sensory Details to Your Vision Statement The more sensory details you can provide, the more powerful your statement becomes. Describe the scenes, colors, sounds, and shapes. Describe who is there and what everyone is doing. These sensory details will help you build a more complete and powerful mental image of your ideal outcome.

29. Summarize Your Statements in a Powerful Phrase If possible, try to summarize your vision using a powerful phrase in the first paragraph of your vision statement. Capturing the essence of your vision using a simple memorable phrase can greatly enhance the effectiveness of your vision statement. This phrase will serve as a trigger to the rest of the vision in the mind of everyone that reads it. Vision statements can be much longer than mission statements. The purpose is to create a mental picture charged with emotion that can serve to energize and inspire you and your team. Take as much space as you need to accomplish this goal.

30. Vision must be cultivated, defined and casted. observe carefully implement cautiously share openly incubate carefully verbalize clearly Vision Casting Copyright Rey Halili

31. Our Shared Vision Seeing our family consistently live abundant Christian life, freed from all bondages of sins and of the past. We pursue excellence in business, career and chores towards financial sufficiency and support strategic ministries and people. We endeavor to build new family nucleus in order to have a godly heritage for the next generation for the glory of God! We are committed to a life of discipline, and dedication towards this Vision. We will therefore prepare a working action program and plan. Example

32. How strong is your Motivation to INITIATE the change process that will fulfill your self and the vision for Christ? Dissatisfaction First Steps + Vision + = VISION INITIATED CASTING VISION SEMINAR/WORKSHOP By Dr. Rodrigo Tano and Rey Halili

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