by Melody Wilding
Companies have created mission statements for years to explain why they exist and why they do what they do.
Google’s mission statement, for example, is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” For Zappos it’s “to provide the best customer service possible.”
These manifestos affirm an organization’s core beliefs and values and solidify the business’ long-term vision.
A personal mission statement is much like a corporate mission statement: it describes your convictions, what you stand for, and how you plan to create a life that embodies your values. In other words, it becomes your personal definition of success — one that is separate from the approval of others.https://bb63e2c2b966f0770f7b76e6405f7d15.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html
Your personal mission statement is a short statement, usually a sentence or two, that points to the direction you intend your life to move in. It’s like a compass that helps you stay on track, heading in the direction you want to go.
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