What's Your Purpose?
- JOURNALING ACTIVITY -
BURNOUT-PROOF YOUR BUSINESS PODCAST | WORKFLOW & PRODUCTIVITY SPECIALIST | JOURNALING | FINDING YOUR PURPOSE | FREEDOM LIFESTYLE | YOUR BUSINESS LEGACY | YOUR WHY | MISSION & VISION STATEMENTS
Knowing why you are running your business is so important! We often will first get clear on who we are serving and how we are serving them, without thinking about why the heck we started our business in the first place. What is the purpose of it in our life? How is it going to get me to my freedom lifestyle?
Today's episode is a little different. I'm guiding you through a journaling activity to help you gain clarity on what your purpose is for your business. Not just what you do, but what is the legacy you want to leave behind. This will help you refine (or write) your Mission & Vision statements for your business and make decisions moving forward.
Click below to listen to this week's episode:
In today's episode:
Journal prompts to help you get clear about:
why you started your business,
why you want to help the people you do, and
what legacy you want to leave behind.
Plus dreaming about what freedom means to you.
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Today's Permission Slip:
Each episode I give you a permission slip - a reminder to give yourself permission to run your business and live your dream life on your own terms.
Today I want you to start by making space in your day and in your mind to think about these questions. Give yourself room to really dive deep and keep peeling back the layers.
I give myself permission to make space in my day and environment to contemplate these questions and allow myself to get crystal clear on their answers.
If you’re new to journaling, this activity will seem tough. But keep doing it. You’ll find that the longer you practice journaling, the easier it is to dig deep faster.
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