5 Vision-Killers to Overcome, by Ty Tamasaka

5 Vision-Killers to Overcome, by Ty Tamasaka


Over the years, I’ve found many things that kill visions and keep them from coming to pass.  These are the 5 biggest barriers I’ve observed that kill vision and paralyze leaders.

1 – You lack vision. 

Maybe you’ve never written your vision or failed to verbalize it.  Maybe you’ve failed to set tangible goals in place.  Begin by writing down your vision.

S – Specific

M – Measurable

A – Attainable

R – Reachable

T – Timely

2 – You lack a plan.

A vision without a plan is a dream.  A good plan should involve tasks that are

3 – You lack accountability.

Having someone hold you accountable to carrying out your plan might give you incentive to follow through.  Accountability may help move your vision from a piece of paper to reality.  Who in your life can help you remain accountable to carrying out the vision God has given you?    

4 – You aren’t willing to take a risk.

Maybe you’re trigger-shy due to past failures or setbacks.  You may have taken risks in the past that cause you to be fearful of taking risks in the present.  Don’t let the

5 – You haven’t taken the first step.

Each of these vision-killers can paralyze leaders and hinder them from reaching their God-given potential.  Every journey begins with one step.  If you don’t start, you will never finish.  What step do you need to take today?

Ty Tamasaka is an author who hold a Master of Arts Degree from Pacific Rim Christian University in Christian Ministry  He is a Bible teacher who loves to encourage people to enjoy Jesus’ grace and extend His Kingdom. Ty just released his new book More than a Conqueror: 5 Pathways to Personal Revival.    


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