While I was founding the original structure for the Robbins Madanes Strategic Intervention online forum, I was reminded how important it was to define our Vision Statement, Mission Statement and the Core Values as clear guidance for any new business.

I could see how a group of individuals all aligned with a similar purpose could create something so profoundly beneficial that millions of people from all around the world would use the Strategic Intervention technique as a resource to get answers, share results, receive support, have some serious fun and join with others to create partnerships, further NEW organizations, businesses and networks that span right around the globe and positively impact people from all walks of life.

As a coach, a parent, a business owner, a student or just someone who wants to build a strong foundation to help guide you through the next phase of your life, the rest of this article is definitely for you.
  • Right here is an opportunity to DECIDE what foundation you really want to stand firmly on for the rest of your life.
  • Here is an opportunity to be responsible for building the most solid core foundation of any business, relationship or corporate structure.
  • Here is an opportunity to ask for and receive support for any challenge you might encounter from a group of highly trained, caring professionals who are aligned on a similar path.
  • Here is an opportunity to share, expand, teach each other and learn more about some of the most advanced, all encompassing and loving based methodologies available in the world today.
  • Here is an opportunity to have fun, to give fun, to do fun, to be fun, to define fun – after all, when you’re involved in some type of health care profession, you need all the fun, joy and lightness you can lay your hands on.
FUN … is highly conducive to creativity, improved health, increased inspiration and the longevity of successful relationships, businesses and organizations. ~ ER

So if you’re not feeling like having fun just yet, let me share the link to a video to get you in the mood: http://appreciation.space/how-music-can-make-you-happy

MY QUESTIONS TO YOU ARE:

What would you like YOUR mission to be? To provide …………………… (what? You fill in the blank)

What would you like YOUR 10 core values be? What do you personally consider to be the most important values to live by?

Just to get you thinking, I’ll give you an example of what Zappos list as their core values, which were NOT defined by just their top level CEO’s, they were defined by their employees, partners and customers (by the way, Zappos are now listed in the Fortune 100 best companies to work for).

1. Deliver WOW through service.
2. Embrace and drive change.
3. Create fun and a little weirdness.
4. Be adventurous, creative and open-minded.
5. Pursue growth and learning.
6. Build open and honest relationships with communication.
7. Build a positive team and family spirit.
8. Do more with less.
9. Be passionate and determined.
10. Be humble.

It’s vital when founding any cohesive organization, that each person feels they have something valuable to contribute. Your answers may be just what someone else needs to read/hear/see/believe. If you feel inspired, please leave your thoughts and suggestions below.

Individually we can (and do) make a difference, together we can transform the world! ~ ER

A CASE STUDY

One morning I was working with an organization who just recently had a dispute in their ranks that had not yet been resolved. The result was that the president and seven other major contributors resigned after a protracted battle that has fractured not only the organization but our local community in the process.

I offered my services to create a resolution process specifically for them. Go here if you’d like a copy of The Empowering Conflict Resolution Process FREE

My forté is in creating strong foundations for businesses, so the missing pieces of the puzzle were very apparent after the first few minutes of our meeting that day. They lacked any VISION statement whatsoever and they’d also neglected to put procedures and systems in writing to handle even the most basic tasks should someone leave etc. Now this is fine while everything is running smoothly, but when a problem occurs (and it will), HOW WILL IT BE RESOLVED EFFICIENTLY AND EFFECTIVELY? WHAT VALUES ARE IMPORTANT TO STAND BY IN TIMES OF CRISIS?

So I will put forward a few ideas and you adapt and rewrite them to suit your own personal needs.

VISION STATEMENT

To make Strategic Intervention the most entertaining and beneficial (highest valued, highest paid, highest regarded with the highest recognition) technique/method utilized anywhere in the world.

MISSION STATEMENT

To care for the needs of ALL our members by providing a place to ask for advice on any matter, share useful resources, have a high quality conversation and contribute with intention to impact the world on an enormous scale by teaching others how to gain greater fulfillment through contribution and growth.

CORE VALUES

1 … Pursue growth and contribution
2 … Live as an example by meeting ALL our own needs in beneficial ways
3 … Help others meet ALL their needs in better ways
4 … Allow space for creativity, fun and entertainment
5 … Be passionate and determined
6 … Build open, honest and loving relationships
7 … Support clients to become independent and self sufficient (not reliant on us as practitioners)
8 … Be effective, efficient and adventurous
9 … Work towards resolution not compromise
10 … Be a leader who shows others how to lead

Go here if you’d like a very simple but beautifully written FREE pdf about How To Write Your own Vision, Mission, Values and Goals that will assist you to gain clarity around your direction in life or help someone else get further clarity about theirs.

Thank you so much for dropping in. Your contribution/feedback/input in the comment box below is always much appreciated.

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About: 

Elizabeth Richardson currently lives on The Gold Coast Of Australia and is a writer, mother, teacher, business developer, author of the International Best Seller 500 Confessions, founder of The Appreciation Space and creator of Get Rid Of Bad Habits - for good! Elizabeth worked as a Professional Counselor, has trained to lead Group Therapy Workshops, attended many seminars by Robert Kiyosaki (world renowned best selling author of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad), studied Strategic Intervention with Anthony Robbins and Cloé Madanes and is a certified Rebirth Practitioner (Australian Institute Of Rebirthing). These days Elizabeth enjoys a life of total luxury but still plays as a writer, professional photographer and web designer. Her passion for living, loving and laughing, remains at the forefront of her focus.

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