THERE are always two sides to every coin; the same goes for mission statements. On one side, there is the mission of the founder (i.e., me). That’s “Part I.” On the other side, we share a common mission (“Part II”).
And, then, there’s Part III.
Part I: My Mission
Hey I’m Mario and I am on a mission—to free the world of social anxiety.
First things first, I’m not a health professional. In case you’re suffering from SAD, or anything related please seek professional advice.
I’m here to help you improve your life—whether it’s speaking on stage to thousands, or just to make one new friend per month (as an example).
The only impossible journey is the one you never begin.
For ongoing support I also have a daily podcast called The New Journey on iTunes; you can find the videos on YouTube, or here on my website.
Need a mission statement?
It’s “to “
As Tony Robbins once said, “The only impossible journey is the one you never begin.” I now invite you to follow along (and turn your life around in the process).
Here you go:
Part II: Our Common Mission
Namely, The New Journey.
It’s all about finding out what really drives you, and how you really want to live your life from now on. Learn more here.
Furthermore, there’s Part III.
Part III: Your Very Own Mission
I highly recommend you also come up with a personal mission for yourself. Why? Because plugging into an already existing mission is nice and easy, but my ultimate goal is to help you become the leader of your own tribe.
(I’m fully aware that most people will not take this step. But you are different. You are willing to go the extra mile. To achieve what you want to achieve.)
Here’s a good starting point.
Fill out the following mission statement (by means of “The EMS-Template” from my comprehensive Meaningful Life Mastery Academy):
The mission of my life is to (do what?) by (being who?).
Need some inspiration?
Here’s my personal mission:
The mission of my life is to SERVE others by showing up as the most PASSIONATE man I can; to add tremendous value on a consistent basis; and to make things happen by GROWING personally and MASTERING life skills—every single day.
–Mario M. Montreal
Other famous examples: 1
To be a teacher. And to be known for inspiring my students to be more than they thought they could be.
To have fun in [my] journey through life and learn from [my] mistakes.
–Sir Richard Branson