Dr. Myles Munroe once wrote, "If you sacrifice your belief system in order to please others, you are not a leader, you are a compromiser." I say one farther: If you truly believe in your vision, then you and your vision become one with your purpose. Keep this in mind, a leader's conviction about his significance, propels him to develop a personal vision, as he begins to formulate the specific way in which he will carry out his contribution to his generation. Here is how I define vision. Vision is seeing your purpose so clearly in the mind's eye that it is already done to you. I see myself teaching young men the Kingdom of God in its essence. I see myself, even as I write these words of wisdom to you. My vision, purpose and passion are one. All true leaders have a clear vision of their purpose on this planet called earth. They can "see" the objective they hope to accomplish or the product they want to produce.
Keep in mind, when you have a clear and precise vision of your purpose, your vision will influence your entire life, including your priority, how you use your time, what you spend your money on, and what opportunities you act upon. Now, my question is, what is your personal vision? When you realize who you are in God the Creator of the heavens and the earth, then you will start "seeing" your dream and realizing how your gift can be served to the world; and you will begin to formulate a vision for your life. It is through your vision that you will be able to begin the practical process of fulfilling your life's purpose on this planet called earth. Remember, what God's Constitution stated in the book of Proverbs: Where there is no revelation, the people cast off restraint; but happy is he who keeps the law".