Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
(have) a clear vision (for)
clear vision forhave a clear visionclear vision
1) a plan for the future, an idea of how things should be
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a clear vision for the future
Someone who has a 'clear vision' has a distinct view or plan of their goals and how things will look in the future. A 'clear vision' implies that there is an absence of distractions or obstructions and someone with a clear vision intends to overcome anything to reach their goals. You might come across a company with a 'clear vision' of their brand, or a manager or CEO with a 'clear vision' for where they might like their company to be in a few years time. This is usually used in professional contexts but can also be used to talk about personal goals.
Professional Examples (Basic)
The CEOhas a clear vision forhow the Company should develop.
The Directorhad a clear vision for his movie, and nothing would change that.
Social Examples (Basic)
I had a clear vision of how I wanted this room to look when I started decorating it.
It helps to have a clear vision of where you want to be in the future in order to make a plan.
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