December 03, 2008

My mission and vision

3 different discussions came together in my mind today. First the whole mission/vision definition thing. It`s hard to create missions and visions that are effective, realistic and at the same time are not just "comon sense". We had quite a few discussions about that the last few days/weeks therefore is quite clear in my mind.

Second, the other day I was discussing BSC with Smiley and Luis on the computer lab and I talked a litlle about the bit of experience I had with BSC in my life. I can`t remember how but I ended up talking about some plans I have for my future.

The next day, I was talking with Mariana about the project choice, and we were thinking about were we want to be in 5 tears, how hard is to define it.

Well, I put all of this together and thought. I`ll create a Mission and a Vision for myself, and perhaps as an exercise I`ll build a BSC later with it, to "deploy"it. Actually I`ve already done it in my mind, but not formalized.

Keep in my mind that this is just a draft (and for personal reasons I`ll say it in a way that makes sense only to me) that can and will be improved.


-To achieve the same professional level of X (a person that I have enormous admiration) in 8 years time while being able of building a healthy and happy family.


-Do that by using only my skills and efforts, never using any kind of "shortcut" or  non-ethical alternative

-Working hard but striving to keep the best possible enviroment around me.

-Always allow time for family, friends and for healthy activities such as sports, trips and entertainment

-Make my best to help my colleagues to achieve their objectives. Always share knowledge.

-Build a family and share equally the responsibility with my future wife.


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  1. Perhaps I need to build one up for myself as well
    this is good to have a clear vision and obivously it has to be SMART

    04 Dec 2008, 01:02

  2. Wowwww!!!!!!!
    i ever have one
    later i will try -

    04 Dec 2008, 19:05

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