Vision is the act or power of imagination. It is a supernatural appearance that conveys a revelation. It is what the mind eyes foresee from now. Your vision is what drives your activities throughout the day. Helen Keller once said “the most pathetic person in the world is someone who has sight but no vision.” Failure to be visionary is an enemy to success and destiny.

In Habakkuk 2:2-3, we learn an important lesson. We must write our visions down and pursue it until we accomplish it. This means that having a vision is not enough. A vision must be pursued and accomplished, and this requires discipline.

A disciplined lifestyle is the only guarantee to success. It must cost your attention, strength, time but all these efforts are greatly required. E.W. Kenyon in his book “sign posts on the road to success” said “make your brain work. It will sweat, but make it work. It will improve. It will develop until you become a wonder to those around you”

Accomplishing your vision is not just wishing. You must get to the ground and work hard. You may feel the pain of hard work but this is the point you have to discipline yourself to keep going until you win. You must drive yourself for no one else can do it. It is only through self-disciplined that our dreams will be achieved.