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Step Five: Evaluate
It is important that you do not let your personal mission statement become outdated. Periodic
review and evaluation can help you keep in touch with your own development and keep your
mission statement in harmony with your deepest self. Continually ask yourself these questions:
Is my mission based on timeless, proven principles? Which ones?
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Do I feel the mission statement represents the best that is within me?
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During my best moments, do I feel good about what this mission represents?
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Do I feel, direction, purpose, challenge, and motivation when I review this statement?
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Am I aware of the strategies and skills that will help me live the values and accomplish the goals I
have written?
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What do I need to start doing now to be where I want to be tomorrow?
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Step Six: Write a Permanent Draft
We recommend that for a while you keep a rough draft of your mission statement to revise and
evaluate. Be sure it inspires the best within you.
When you do have a permanent copy, review it frequently. We strongly recommend you commit
your personal mission statement to memory so that you keep your vision and values clearly in mind.
PROCESS TWO: THE IMPLEMENTATION OF YOUR PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENT
Now that you have a rough draft of your personal mission statement, this second process will
enable you to implement it into your life on an on-going basis so that your vision and values
become part of your habits.
Step One: Sharpen these Activities
Define and schedule personal time for your physical, mental, spiritual, and social/emotional
activities which will keep your life in balance.
Step Two: Define Key Goals
For each role listed above, write one, two or three key goals you wish to work on or accomplish for
that week.
Step Three: Allot Time
Now, actually schedule and allot (block-out) the appropriate amount of time you anticipate these
key activities to take.
Step Five: Schedule Prior Appointments
Finally, consult your calendar. Evaluate prior appointments and commitments in relation to your
own defined key roles and goals. Seek to distinguish between “urgent’ and “important”. Then,
schedule or reschedule your time based on these principles.
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