How many times have you heard about the mission statement? I’m talking about, the philosophical description of the organization, team or individual, which is the unbreakable path we should follow to achieve our desirable vision. As the author and consultant Laurie Beth Jones state “The mission statement is centered on the process of what you need to be doing”. In other words, a mission is a commitment that gives meaning to its carrier, through our most deep values and beliefs – it’s our reason for being. Do you get the idea?
It doesn’t matter if you are receptionist, consultant, broker, community manager, sales representative, CEO, doctor, professor, accountant, waiter, analyst, researcher, bus-driver, or what the heck more…We agree that we’re here for a “reason“, don’t we?
Well, here is mine:
“I help and guide individuals and organizations on “going social“. That is to say, I architect and execute social media strategies in order for them to maximize their reach, build influence and harness the power of global communications building social relationships within an engagement perspective and empowering brands leveraging the audience – all contributing to increased loyalty and trust, in a funny bottom line.”
So, what is your take? Do you have a mission? What is your reason for being in Business?
I’d like to thank Dylan Persaud from Eval-Source, who enlightened me with his knowledge.