I took part in a leadership workshop where I was asked to write a mission statement for my life. This was the FIRST time anyone has asked me to do this. It was a great exercise that I would suggest others to take part in. Have you ever tried this? Well, this is what happened when I wrote my mission statement.
Here's MY MISSION STATEMENT FOR LIFE:
"My mission is to spread the love of God through my career, family, friends, and acquaintances. To reach the level of purpose that my creator has set for me. To be fearless in my thinking and unlimited in what I can do. Always yearning to bring peace, positivity, and happiness to myself and others. To be a loving daughter, sister, friend, doctor, companion, and future mother as I honor my ancestors for the sacrifices that were made. My mission is to be an ever evolving being whose inner light illuminates this often gloomy, dark world. But to always keep in mind that I must perserve my health and well-being to reach my mission and goal in life."
What is your mission statement for life? How will your mission help bridge you to the next level?
Here are 4 Questions to ask yourself when writing your Mission Statement
1. What is most important to you?
2. What or who do you use as your internal guide? What are the rules you play by?
3. Where do you see yourself in the next 10 to 20 years?
4. What roles do you want to take on from your past to bring in your future?
Dr. Amber Robins is a Family Medicine resident physician and graduate of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Dr. Robins is also an international best-selling author of “The Write Prescription: Finding the ‘Right’ Spiritual Dosage to Overcome Any Obstacle.” Throughout her journey, Dr. Robins’ goal is to motivate others to achieve their own personal success which she does as a personal life coach. You can find more articles at www.DrAmberRobins.com.