Creating Your Mission Statement

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Creating Your Mission Statement
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While a vision is made to point to your dreams, to your sunrise, the mission statement helps you move towards that sunrise. It is what you need to make your vision happen. 

This podcast episode is the second installment of our series Taking Aim With Vision, Mission, And Values with Barry Magliarditi. Barry shares the framework he uses in his own companies to create a mission statement. He discusses its importance and the role it plays in reaching the vision. But more than these, he encourages viewers and listeners to take the time to sit down and create it. 

Tune in to this episode and get valuable insights about the mission statement you can surely use in your trades business.

What’s Discussed In This Episode:

0:00 The Opportunity Assessment 

3:08 A recap of the previous episode 

8:49 What we need to understand about a mission 

10:43 What the mission creates 

11:36 The danger of not having a mission 

12:36 Drawing a line between what we want and what’s most important to us

14:49 There is motivation when we live life with the connection to our heart’s deepest desire 

15:39 Reengineering a path through your vision 

18:42 Immediate gratification is limiting you and your business 

19:40 What our mission statement should communicate 

21:44 Setting our mission is the stepping stones towards the vision 

23:39 Be specific with your mission statement

27:13 The path to freedom framework in creating the mission statement

About Our Guest

Barry Magliarditi is the founder and director of business coaching juggernaut, The Game Changers. Having built a 7-figure kitchen renovation business in his previous life as a carpenter, Barry has first-hand knowledge of the priorities and pressures of trades business owners. Today Barry brings his coaching expertise and business know-how to help other tradies build the business – and lifestyle – of their dreams.

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