Unformatted text preview: • What talents do I have that no one else really knows about? • Even though I may have dismissed some thoughts before for various reasons, are there things I feel I really should do? What are they? • What qualities of life results do I desire that are different from what I now have in this area? • What are my spiritual needs and capacities? • What are my important roles in life? • What would I really like to be and do in my life? You do not have to answer all of these questions; but your reflections on these questions (and others) will provide valuable input to your mission statement. Rules to follow in writing your statement: • You are not writing for anybody but yourself • Use your own language and form • No matter its length, capture your mission in a brief phrase or statement • If you wish to share your vision, first share it with a twelve year old...
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- Spring '10
- Statements, Personal life, First things first