Cameron Herold



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“When creating the Vivid Vision, don’t worry about how it is going to happen, only that it’s going to happen. It’s the CEO’s job to figure out where the organization is going. It’s the role of the leadership team to figure out how they will make the Vivid Vision happen. President Kennedy didn’t sit down and map out exactly how to put a man on the moon; he just decided that was the direction the country was headed.”
Cameron Herold, Vivid Vision: A Remarkable Tool For Aligning Your Business Around a Shared Vision of the Future

“If you imagine big enough, you’ll meet some doubters. If you told your employees that you want to design an electric car that can go 300 miles on a single charge, go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in three seconds flat, seat seven comfortably, and look as sexy as an Aston Martin, somebody will say, “There’s no way.” That tells you you’re on the right track.”
Cameron Herold, Vivid Vision: A Remarkable Tool For Aligning Your Business Around a Shared Vision of the Future

“If you forget to remind people that getting three years into the future necessitates first getting one year and then two years into it, they will likely overlook that obviousness and assume you’re just nuts. It’s a little bit like telling a thirteen-year-old what it’s going to be like when they turn sixteen. They can’t visualize what being a sixteen-year-old will feel or look like, since it’s too far away from their current world, and the changes they will undergo are too enormous to understand.”
Cameron Herold, Vivid Vision: A Remarkable Tool For Aligning Your Business Around a Shared Vision of the Future



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