“We each have a number of different roles in our lives…
I may, for example, have a role as an individual, husband, father, teacher, church member, and businessman. And each of these roles is important…
However, one of the major problems that arises when people work to become more effective is that they lose the sense of proportion, balance, and natural ecology necessary to effective living.
That’s why you may find that your mission statement will be much more balanced if you break it down into the specific role areas of your life and the goals you want to accomplish in each area.
Hear the rest of the story on today’s #AskNoahStJohn Episode 118…
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Without involvement there is no commitment now this is something that I talk to my team about all the time without involvement there’s no commitment bargained down asterisk it circle it underline and no involvement no commitment now.
In the early stages when a person is new to an organization you can pretty well give them a goal and they’ll buy it particularly if the training is good but when people become more mature and their own lives take on a separate meaning they want involvement if they don’t have involvement they don’t buy it this is why creating an organizational mission statement takes time patience involvement and empathy it’s not a quick fix.
Noah’s Note: Roles and Responsibilities
Today’s #AskNoahStJohn Show is compliments of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
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Noah St. John, Creator of Afformations®
Founder of Power Habits® Academy
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