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"People with goals succeed because they know where they are going.
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What’s a mission statement?
Why is it better to build a mission statement before you set goals?
There’s a reason why you’re here. You have something greater to achieve. You know there is more to life.
And, you’re right. There is. A flourishing career or thriving business awaits you. A higher income. A nicer home. Happier relationships. Better health. All these things are possible for you.
Success or failure as a human being is not a matter of luck, circumstances, fate, or any of the other tiresome old clichés. They’re only excuses. The first step toward achieving your goals is identifying them. After all, it’s much easier to get what you want out of life when you know where you’re going.
So, let us, the Nightingale-Conant Corporation, the world leader in personal development help you clarify what you want out of your life. For over forty years, tens of thousands of people from all walks of life have trusted their personal achievement goals to us. And, we’re honored to provide you with this FREE mission statement builder service so that we can assist you too.
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What’s a mission statement?
Imagine if you were the captain of your own ship. You wouldn’t let the ship sail just anywhere. You would have a direction and a destination to sail to. Either you’re sailing to a predetermined port of call, or your ship is in port, getting ready to sail to another destination.
It’s the same with our lives. A mission statement clarifies what you want out of life. It gives you a clear sense of direction. You know where you need to focus your attention to create the desired outcome.
As Zig Ziglar has said, “You cannot make it as a wandering generality. You must become a meaningful specific.”
A mission statement is only a paragraph long, but it has specific, measurable outcomes and a deadline for accomplishing that outcome. It’s truly the best way to start your journey to success.
However, once you reach your destination, you may find yourself ready for the next challenge… and the next… and the next. Like a ship going from port to port, your life is a series of goals.
That’s why I invite you to bookmark this page – and always use our FREE mission statement builder when you’re ready to journey towards the next chapter in your life.
Why it’s better to build a mission statement before you set goals
“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” --Ralph Waldo Emerson
Setting goals is crucial. But a mission statement helps you set goals based on what’s truly right for you.
Imagine once again that you are the captain of your own ship. When you know the destination you want to go in, you will program the ship’s computer system to take you there. A mission statement programs your core values into the direction you would like to go with your life. That way, you reach the right direction for you.
Our FREE Build My Mission Statement/URL tool makes it easy for you to put your mission statement together. This FREE tool prompts you to type in the goals, visions and values for your life as required in a simple, step-by-step, five-minute process.
Once the process is complete, you’ll find your values are clarified and are in line with the goals you want to achieve. You’ll find it easier to make decisions and to do the right thing because you can simply ask yourself, “Will this help me achieve my mission?”
You can even put your mission statement in an area where your family or even co-workers will see it. For, a mission statement defines who you are and what you stand for. This lets people see how you operate, which in turn, will help them respect, think and act in line with your values too.
It’s wise to look at your mission statement every day too. Let it guide you. Let it help you stay true to the values you stand for as you journey towards goal achievement.