Make it a Manifesto…

photo credit: www.lovearm.com

photo credit: www.lovearm.com

Ok, so now that you understand the importance of purpose (NOT PERFECTION) it is fine time to document and PUBLISH your intentions. How do you do that??

Well, let me give you a couple examples to give further insight on where I’m going with this:

Sweat Once Per Day”

“Creating a More Connected World”

“We believe in saying no to thousands of projects so that we can focus on the few that are meaningful to us”

Ok, these are the manifestos of Lululemon, Facebook and Apple. There is no disputing the fact that these 3 companies are beyond successful and I presume it is due largely in fact to vision. Each company has published its intentions in the form of a manifesto.

I wrote a post not too long ago on the value of personal mission statement.

 You could very easily call this a manifesto.

My manifesto…

“The encourage and inspire others than change is a blessing and not a burden.”

I would encourage you now in this first full week of 2015 to publish your plan for finding your purpose and make your own manifesto!