I recommend picking three to five key attributes that define how you live and work. In my case, I value passion, consistency, creativity, and fun. I display these values through my actions in all aspects of my life. When I declare these as my values, my team knows what’s important to me. When I seek out people with similar values, it becomes much easier to actually lead them. Drafting a vision statement is a great first step, but living the vision is what matters. A vision should be clear, concise, easy to recite, inspiring, and inclusive. The values act as your compass, while the vision acts as your destination on the road map to success called the mission.
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