In crafting your mission and vision, remember that all things are created twice: first is the mental creation, and the second is the physical manifestation.

Renowned psychiatrist Victor Frankl stated that “he who has a why to live can endure almost any how.” Anyone who achieves significance does so by fulfilling a fundamental and profound mission that drives them throughout their lives.

Once you have clearly established why you are here, both personally and professionally, it’s time to architect your vision. If you hope to unlock your true potential, your vision must be grand and virtually imposing.

Without a galvanizing mission and vision, your world will be buffeted by the pursuit of pleasure, avoidance of pain, and underlying fear. By contrast, Mission and vision focus outwardly long-term and offer stability and perspective.

This video series and workbook will give you the architectural framework to consciously design a life that is both successful and meaningful.