Vision statements can apply to an individual, a family, a business, or simply to decorating your apartment. Think about something you care about for which you want the future to be different from the present. (25 points) (A 1½-page response is required.)
1. Review the discussion of what a vision does and the common themes of vision in your text (pp. 389-388) and refer to Denton’s (1997) article for examples of vision statements. Write a personal vision statement that focuses on your desired change.
2. Discuss each of the five (5) common themes of vision found in your text.
3. Which of these themes do you feel is reflected in your personal vision statement, if any? Explain.