In order to achieve my vision of graduating college and applying for my internship at Kapiolani Women’s and Children’s Hospital, a vision community needs to be established. A vision community will aid in turning my vision into a reality. Vision communities are essential because without the support and contribution from the community, there is no chance for the vision to be accomplished. For my specific vision I chose my mom, dad, boyfriend and classmates as members of my vision community. I chose these people as the members for my vision community because they are important in my life in terms of support and other factors that determine the fate of my vision, which I will soon describe...
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...our personal vision community to attain that goal. Having all members of your vision community on the same page in terms of having an understanding of the vision is also important because being on the same page will help ensure the probability of the vision becoming attainable. Some factors that will be needed in choosing and keeping a vision community together is interdependence, sense of belonging, structure of the group, interactions, influences, and motivations for being a part of the group. These factors were all information provided by the Laulima module. Also, being committed to the vision community serves an importance as well. If everyone in my vision community can come together and contribute to my vision, I will graduate next Spring semester with my undergraduate degree and will be able to secure an internship at Kapiolani Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
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