My personal mission:
I will always be a work in motion, never fearing to challenge myself, living with respect to others and myself, loving without reserve, participating completely in living, and striving to always do the next right thing.
My professional mission:
To never stop growing, accepting opportunity where and whenever it presents itself, learning endlessly, becoming a better communicator, and constantly challenging myself to reach for new goals.
My mission statement was not hard to develop other than how difficult it can be to put into a sentence one single statement that sums up my desires, values, and vision. This is why companies have a â€śmission statementâ€? and most have â€śvisionâ€? and â€śvaluesâ€? statements to follow. However, the mission statement should offer the primary ideal direction to the reader. My personal mission statement guides me as a person in all my interactions with others; it is the compass morally, personally, and spiritually that guides me. It supercedes the professional mission in times of a moral or ethical dilemma.
The Professional mission is what I use to motivate me and guide me in my career choices. If I have a question before me of more money or a development opportunity I can turn to this basic idea to guide me. Of course its imperfect, I have mouths to feed, bills to pay, and a life to live but in general I have not yet had to make a choice outside its boundaries.