spirit /'spirit/ n. & v.
1 a the vital animating
essence of a person or animal b the intelligent
non-physical part of a person; the soul 3 a
or moral condition or attitude; a mood; a tendency
(public spirit; took it in the wrong spirit)
The Concise Oxford Dictionary
Spirit is that part that is beyond our body - the inner part;
the spark. Our Spirit is lifted by many things:-
- Beauty and nature
- Art and Music
- Purpose & Vision
- Laughter and Fun
- Religious Faith
At Making Vision Reality we believe that an organisation
that lacks spirit, lacks the vital spark to be successful.
It may continue for many years, but it will have mediocre
results, down-trodden staff and higher levels of customer
dissatisfaction than competitors.
Customers today want to connect with companies that have
soul/spirit. Customers want to be delighted, to achieve this
it is not enough just to deliver, they demand to be made to
feel special. Delivering this level of service is more than
smiling nicely, it is about integrity and trust.
These two qualities derive from our spirit. We run a number
of programmes designed to help you reawaken the spirit in
One example we use in our workshops is the Innocent Drinks
Company. In three years they went from one person business
with a bit of fruit to a major, multi-pound business. How
- by being different, by having spirit. Click
here to visit their website.
Call our office if you would like to discuss how we can enliven
your organisation or team. Call the office on 01825 712373
or e-mail us at the address below.