What’s your mission?

Some people tell you to follow your passion. Or they tell you to find your purpose.

Both of those feel ‘too big’ and all-encompassing to me.

Your passions may change over time.

Your interests may not be the same as they were 5, 10, or 20 years ago.

You pick up new ‘passions’ throughout life.

And ‘purpose’ makes it sound like you have to hit the bulls-eye perfectly. That’s a lot of responsibility. It’s overwhelming and can leave you feeling indecisive.

That’s why I like the word ‘mission’ instead.

A soldier may be sent on a ‘mission.’ They come home, and they’re sent on another mission.

You can have multiple missions throughout your life.

Your mission can change over time.

It’s about making a difference in the lives of others.

Part of my mission is helping Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Earn More, Work Less, and Enjoy Life Without Compromising on their Values.

You don’t have to live your life based on anyone else’s rules.

You can chart your own path.

I loved strategy war games like Axis and Allies when I was young.

I still like games like this including War of the Ring, Imperial Assault, Armada, and others.

And what do I primarily do today?

I help clients create the strategies to attract hungry buyers, sell more of their products and services, and put together Internet Lifestyle businesses.

It often feels like a game.

We put each of the right pieces into a strategy that attracts customers and delivers value…while focusing on my clients’ competitive advantages.

We update and change the strategy based on what the competition is doing.

What’s your mission?

Who do you want to help?

What value can you bring to their life?

It’s easy to make the mistake of simply copying what someone else is doing.

Sure, you can model what’s working for someone else, but you also have to think about what makes you unique and what you personally bring to the table.

Too often we’re taught false humility. Your head tells you that you don’t have anything to share, but you do. You have a lifetime of experience and you have personal talents.

We just need to find those talents…connect them to a hungry audience of buyers…and deliver value.

You don’t have to go through life wondering what you should do.

You don’t have to spend your life making other people rich.

Instead, you can find a mission.

It doesn’t have to be a lifelong passion or purpose. It could be but it doesn’t have to be.

It simply needs to be a way to deliver value to a hungry, buying audience.

That’s the secret I’ll be talking about in the July Issue of the Monthly Mentor Club.

It’s about “How to Choose a Hungry Buying Market.”

But it goes beyond this. It’s also about your own unique advantages and connecting those to a mission that motivates you.

Join today before this issue is sent to print on June 30th…

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Terry Dean
Terry Dean

Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Ocala, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how his step-by-step courses can help you today.