Mission Statements. I get it.
I know what they are and why they are important. I can tell you the Mission statement of the school board that I work for and I often refer to it to make sure that I can articulate it to others. However, I have NEVER considered having my own mission statement. So it certainly caught me off guard yesterday when Ainsley Rose during his #LearnFwd16 session on "The Mystery of Influence: Helping Other People Excel" asked the group "Do you have a personal mission statement". Ainsley does and he challenged us to find our own. Your mission statement "drives you" he said.
So Ainsley got me thinking. What is my mission statement? What drives me? Why do I do what I do?
Do YOU have a personal mission statement?