Proverbs 29:18  “Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.”
Robert Fritz wrote:  “It is not what a vision is; it’s what a vision does.”  What does a vision do?  Vision is the ability to see.  Helen Keller was asked, “Is there anything worse than being blind?”  “Yes,” she replied, “having eyesight but no vision.”
Vision is the stuff of the future.  Vision is the vivid image of the compelling future God wants to create through you.
What kind of vision do you have?
Myopic vision:  You are so nearsighted that you live only for today.  The vision of the future is fuzzy and you can barely see beyond your own nose.
Peripheral vision:    You are blindsided by side issues.  You are hampered in moving forward because you catch the threatening images of lurking problems in the corner of your eyes.  You are fearful of shadowy difficulties and people lurking on the sidelines who will defeat your efforts.  You are easily distracted.
Tunnel vision:  You see only what is dead ahead of you and assume that your slender view of reality reflects the whole world.  You don’t see other persons or other issues.
Panoramic vision:  You see the big picture.  You see beyond today and what is ahead of you.  You see what is to your sides and you have a basic understanding of what is a healthy relationship with Father, Son and Holy Spirit and the steps that it will take to get there and grow there.
So, how is YOUR vision for your life, your family, your business, your ministry?  Without one, you will certainly have difficulty seeing your dreams come true.  Do you dream with God?  Do you let Him have your imagination and create in you His vision for you, your family, your business and your ministry?  With clear, concise vision you will flourish.