This morning whilst journaling I got onto writing about some of my experiences of 2018. A year of highs and lows but running throughout the year was a solid theme. Every year we, as a family, set themes for ourselves. This is similar to a New Year’s Resolutions or Goals, they are just wider and more encompassing. For Tania and I, we thread our themes into our Personal Vision and Missions Statements.
Vision and Mission Statements are not just for big companies. In fact, creating a vision and mission for your personal life is amazingly powerful.
This defines what success and excellence look like for you. This is your map (vision) to where you are heading as you march towards the future you and it reflects your personal values, goals, and purpose and how you choose to behave (mission).
This powerful statement encapsulates your dreams, the person you would like to be, what you choose to do with your life and what you value in your life.
If you get this right, it should inspire you to be conscious of giving your best and helping you understand why you are doing what you do every day.
Tania and I have found that by having our own Vision and Mission statement we have a very clear idea of what we are working towards. Without this, we tend to be far more reactive to circumstances that surround us. Without this tool, Tania and I would find ourselves lost in the day to day activities that consume many of our lives.
Our vision keeps us accountable to step outside our comfort zone and to stretch ourselves to create better versions of who we are.
We would like to invite you to join us for a free 2-part webinar, in which we will explain Personal Vision and Mission Statements in greater detail and help you create your own so that you can take control over your destiny. Whether or not you have done this before, you will find immense value from tuning in to our webinar. Regardless of your age, you should have your own Vision and Mission Statements written out and serving as your roadmap.
You can register for the free event here.
Date: Wednesday 5th December
Time: 20h00 SAST