Tim shares the four steps to crafting a personal mission statement.
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Step One – Define what you want to be and do.
What I’d like to do:
What I’d like to be:
Step Two: Identify an Influential Person.
Think about how this individual has contributed to your life. This person may be a parent, work associate, mentor, pastor, friend, family member, or neighbor. Answer the following questions, keeping in mind the person and your personal goals on what you want to be and do.
Step Three – Define your Life in Roles.
You live your life in terms of roles: father, son, daughter, mother, friend, neighbor, boss, pastor, musician, cousin, CEO, lifeguard, baby sitter, student, athlete, etc. Define up to seven life roles and then write these roles in the places provided. Write a brief statement of how you would most like to be described in that particular role. You will gain perspective and balance by identifying your life roles. (Example: Role #1 Husband. I would like to be described as… fill in the blanks with a few words, descriptions).
Roles & Statements:
Step Four – Write a Draft of your Personal Mission Statement.
Roughly 50 words, using the framework from the first three steps, take a first draft stab at your statement and go with it for a while to see if it inspires you.
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