Taking the step of defining a larger than life mission statement may
lead to some disappointments, unless you have smaller goals to be
proud of every day. I've intergrated my mission statements into a few
First I develop my own top five values or needs. Mine are:
Making a difference
Next I develop the purpose of my life:
I Gary Scherling, know that the purpose of my life is to create a
positive idfference in other people's lives. I will do this by
sharing my insights and unique understandings of life, and through
continuous learning and adapting.
My Lifework is:
Help others become the best they can be, through the sharing of my
own lifeexperiences, philosophies and insights, while being attentive
of their needs and desires.
I then decided what characteristics I should display:
I read this almost evey day, continually refining it and adapting new
parts of my life. At the end of every day, I can then playback the
day and applaud myself for those things I've done that coincide with
my mission statement.
Helping people help themselves
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