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New to Visioning? Read This First...

Posted by Ian Gurfield on 6/25/19 9:42 AM

Ian Gurfield, Co-Founder of Ian's Pizza, is a long-time client and dear friend of ZingTrain.

Below, he shares how he came to learn about Visioning, what the process of writing his first Vision was like and the impact it's had on his business. And be sure to scroll down to to the end of this post to see his January 2018 Vision realized... it involves delicious Italian pizza!

Check it out below and prepared to be inspired!


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Topics: Visioning, Training, Case Study

How to Write a Vision of Success

Posted by Elnian Gilbert on 5/30/19 1:03 PM

Before I get too far into this blog post about how to write a vision, it feels appropriate to share a vision of what success looks like for this blog post.  Here goes:

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Topics: Visioning

A Beloved Third-Generation Ann Arbor Business Writes a Vision of Greatness for Grand Reopening

Posted by Emily Sandelands on 5/14/19 12:55 PM

Ask any Ann Arborite where to find a pair of shoes that are as comfortable as they are stylish, complete with a truly enjoyable shopping experience, and it’s more-than-likely that you’ll be guided to MAST Shoes.

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Topics: Visioning, Training, Client Story, Case Study

CASE STUDY: Zingerman's Business Practices Have Gone to the Cats and Dogs!

Posted by Emily Sandelands on 3/19/19 3:15 PM

 

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Topics: Organizational Systems, Customer Service, Visioning, Training

4 Reasons to Write a Vision

Posted by Timo Anderson on 10/12/18 12:00 PM

We are big believers in visioning at Zingerman’s. We’ve seen firsthand how it can improve our organization and the personal lives of those who use the vision process.

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Topics: Visioning

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