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Difference Between Vision & Mission Statements

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The mission and vision statement are fundamental as they serve as guides for creating objectives and goals in your animation service. While similar, these two things do differ. To better understand, check out the difference between a mission and a vision statement.

Difference Between Vision & Mission Statements

Vision Statement

A vision statement is used to describe the future state of your animation service. It's a long-term goal that provides direction, communicates the purpose of your service, and inspires you to achieve that purpose.

Vision statement

Mission Statement

A mission statement describes the current state of your animation service and its primary goals or objectives. It provides detailed information about what your service does, how it does it, and who it does it for.

Mission statement

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