“My trouble is that my “mission” feels really broad (I want to make stuff! I want to make stuff for people! I want to make stuff for people and also help people!). When I try to focus/narrow down, I either feel too constrained or it feels inauthentic.” -Kate
“My struggle is how to figure out what my ideal client wants to hear.” – Chelsea
“ I debate how to make all the seemingly random things I work on tie together.” -Jenna
You too? These are the challenges brought up in my private Facebook group when I asked what comes up around Finding Your Mission Statement, and I know they’re not alone!
That’s why I took these roadblocks and ran with ’em while I wrote the outline for my first Launch at Lunch lesson. And ya know what I found? A freakin’ Mad Libs-like shortcut to fill-in-the-blanks and craft your mission statement and/or elevator pitch! This works even if you’re in the dream business discovery phase and don’t quite know the What of it yet.
The best part? I’ll be sharing this shortcut, answering questions, and hanging for an extra 10ish minutes to actually work through the homework with anyone who can spare the time.
It’s gonna be live. It’s gonna be free. It’s gonna be in said private Facebook group. And you can get all the details by registering right here.
Give me 30 minutes, and I’ll give you your mission statement. How is that for a working lunch? 🙂
Tomorrow’s also the last day to submit your no-obligation applications to work with me one-on-one, possibly until this time next year! See what you can expect when we join forces by clicking here.