Before creating a mission statement, one should decide on an issue that they are not just adamant about but is also intertwined in ones heart. One should ask themselves, what am I deeply passionate about, what issue do I think about most, what strikes emotions within me whenever I hear unfortunate news regarding the latter, to what circumstance in the world would I like to dedicate 100% of myself? The answer to these questions should not arise from hours of research and a pro and con list, but rather should arise a second after you say only one of these questions to yourself. It is this answer that is on the top of your tongue and not composed through dissecting the meaning from the chicken scratch from numerous pages on legal pads. Through these techniques, you will find a mission that will inspire you during the hard, difficult, and demanding times during the beginning and at every other stage in which they might arise.
By: Gabriella Nolan