Chinonso Writes: VISIONS STAY MUM OR INDISTINCT, YOU GOTTA SPEAK ON THEIR BEHALF

Visions don’t speak out for themselves (Ok, maybe they do). But even if they do, they often stay mum or indistinct. Even when they’re handed over a microphone, the world still doesn’t hear or grasp them. Therefore, relying on them to always speak out for themselves isn’t the best option. But there is a way out. For visions to always and clearly speak out, they need a power source—a power source that’s otherwise called vision bearers. Vision bearers must always speak out on behalf of their visions.

Having a great vision is a demi-part of the huge equation. You must also be ready to always speak out that vision to the world. Unfortunately, the world is increasingly becoming noisy, distracted, and nonplused, thus more speaking out is required for great visions to be heard and understood. Therefore, don’t assume that because you have a great vision, the world will automatically hear it, understand it, and buy into it. The worldly reality has invalidated such fanciful belief. Sorry.

Do have a great vision that you believe the world needs? Then always give that vision a good, loud voice. Speak out about it, always. Shout it out, always. Make great melody and anthem about it, always. Tell the world about it and don’t stop telling them. When you consistently speak out your vision, the world will one day give you their attention.

Chinonso Ogbogu is a business trainer, success coach, highly sought-after motivational speaker, gifted writer, adept blogger, and a radio personality. He is the radio host of popular radio programme known as SuccessMatters™, and the owner of www.chinonsowrites.com. He is the author of the powerful book known as ‘THE VOICES’. Follow him on Facebook: www.facebook.com/chinonsowrites or twitter : @chinonsowrites

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