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Or the mission statement might be ‘to create beautiful, desirable technology that fits your personal style’.
Both these two mission statements work for technology companies but they paint a very different picture of the type of technology they produce and the reasons why they produce it. Moreover, you can imagine that the guiding principles in designing those products would be very different for the two companies.
Now you’re going to write your own mission statement and that’s going to consider your passions, your skills and your vision – all the things that matter to you. This is going to take into account everything we’ve considered so far and then distil it in a promise.
“Geoff’s mission is to explore new frontiers in science, in relationships and around the world.”
“Bob’s mission is to be the best father, husband and brother that anyone can be.”
“Joan’s mission is to live life to the fullest, to be present in every moment and to capture pure joy.”
“Anthony’s mission is to fulfil his full financial and professional potential and to establish himself as a powerful and influential figurehead.”
What’s your mission statement?
Step 4: Choose Concrete Long-Term Goals
Now you have your vision and your mission statement, it’s time to write some long-term goals.
These should help you to make your vision a reality, while at the same time fulfilling the mission statement that you have written for yourself.
A good example of a long-term goal might be to get married and have children, it might be to create a beautiful home, it might be to travel the world, or it might be to become a famous rock star.
Again, don’t feel limited by what you can and cannot do.
Do however think hard about whether the goal you’re setting yourself is really going to lead to happiness. And moreover, think about how it will work with your routine and your current lifestyle. Try to actually picture and visualize what the lifestyle you’re imagining will be like. Run it through in your head and try to live it in your mind’s eye. Is this really what you want?
I say this, because sometimes we can have goals and visions that involve looking at life through rose-tinted glasses. For example, we might picture ourselves being highly successful CEOs, running our own businesses and wearing slick suits all the time. That sounds great until you realise that the reality is being on the phone all the time, working until 8pm and having little time for your family.
So really think this through and make sure you’re sure. One of the only things worse than failing to make your dreams a reality is succeeding and then finding that you’re not happy with them!
Start with the lifestyle, start with the feelings and then build the career, the circumstances, the relationships etc. that will support that.
And it’s important to note that you don’t need to focus just on your professional career. This is a big mistake as success can come in many forms and often the things that make us happiest have little to do with what we get paid for.
Why work longer and longer hours to earn money to become the thing you want to become, when you could work less and then follow your passions in your spare time?
Step 4: Make a Plan
Now you have that larger overarching goal, the next thing to do is to come up with a strategy for how you’re going to make it a reality. What you need is a plan and a method that you can use to go after the things you want and claim them in your life.
And this is where you need to get creative, resourceful and determined. It’s also where you maybe need to think a little more abstractly.
You can achieve anything, you just need to think hard about how you’re going to make it happen.
For example, you might wish that you were a famous rock star and feel as though that’s really not possible right now, seeing as you’re old and you can’t play any instruments. That’s not a great start admittedly but we can work with it!
What you’re going to do is to think of alternative ways you can start making your goals happen right now. In this case, you might learn to play an instrument and make a YouTube channel where you help other people to learn.
If you’re a good teacher and you have a fun personality, you can build a following and eventually – as you improve – that exposure could lead to a modicum of fame. Maybe even a record contract.Other Details
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