The Value of Your Personal Mission Statement

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The Value of Your Personal Mission Statement

Shouldn’t your life be approached with just as much vision, passion and purpose as a large corporation?

But how many of us have a personal mission statement or have even thought of it?

Today is a great day for that to change. Are you ready?

A line that has stayed with me for over 30 years is this one…

“If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there”

a classic line from Lewis Carroll‘s Alice in Wonderland

Those of us within the law of attraction community have lists of what we want to DO and vision boards with images of what we want to HAVE but what about a mission statement?

A personal mission statement is about who you want to BE, what your purpose is – that’s a very important point to consider as a deliberate creator.

Having a Mission Statement is like having the best version of yourself beside you on your worst days, encouraging you on and pointing to the goal.

Why You Should Have A Mission Statement

1. Make Better Decisions.

A Mission Statement gives you a guideline to help you make wise decisions. It helps you to differentiate between the seemingly urgent and the truly important. When you need to simplify your life, you know what needs to go and what needs to stay.

2. Get A Source Viewpoint.

Developing a mission statement is an opportunity to think big about your life. We get caught up in the day to day and lose sight of why we do what we do.

3. An Unwavering Reminder.

Having a Mission Statement is like having the best version of yourself beside you on your worst days, encouraging you on and pointing to the goal.

My first personal mission statement

I remember a time in my life many years ago when I was totally overwhelmed with parenting my two and four year old.  I was a single mom with very little support and I wasn’t handling the stress very well.  I had just started a business from home, I had real estate investments, I had bills and groceries and diapers and cheerios covering my floors, I had laundry and phone calls and car maintenance and doctor and dentist appointments, jeesh…it felt like I was drowning.  Can you relate?

and one day the stress got to a make or break point.

I stopped and cried and then sat down with my journal and said

ok – what are my priorities in life?  What is my mission statement?

That day I created a simple but powerful mission statement and I remember that the very first part of that statement was that I wanted the three of us to be happy.  Very simple but that was the just the beginning of the energy shift that happened that day.

All of a sudden my life got more manageable and I realized it didn’t have to be perfect.  I didn’t have to micromanage it and I could allow the Universe to assist me.  A very profound day in my life.

What would you include in your personal mission statement?

Today I was working on upgrading my Mission Statement for my coaching and I was noticing how my energy and beliefs were shifting as I was tweaking it.

Here’s my new one for coaching – it’s a work in progress –

I provide intuitive wisdom and deep healing through heart centered personal engagement using the law of attraction so that my clients can manifest their dream life.


Dawn Michaels

PS. If you would like to create…

Your divine relationship, more prosperity, more joy and peace or more health

Feel free to contact me for a free 30 minute consultation

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