In Speaking with Aloha, articulate the mission you feel called to as your affirmation for today.
How does the work you have currently chosen to do, and have scheduled for the day ahead, connect to getting a mission accomplished?
In Managing with Aloha, you start to learn Hawaiian words for values. In essence, they are new labels for values you want to reaffirm or learn in a fresh way. Well, we mostly use English words in Speaking with Aloha, and we want to define them clearly in the English vocabulary we have chosen to use as well. Mission is one of those words, and it’s a biggie.
Remember that an affirmation will energize your self-talk: Your mission is what you do best every day, and your vision is what the future looks like because you do that mission so exceedingly well.
Give this just 5 minutes of your morning:
We agreed to keep these short ~ everything below the photo is optional.
Optional Archive Aloha resources complementing today’s affirmation:
- The Mission Driven Company: Read this essay on RosaSay.com for more on mission and vision in the context of business strategy.
- In Managing with Aloha, ‘Imi ola helps us craft our best possible life in business as the value of mission and vision: Review Chapter 3 in your copy of the book, or skim the site index.
- Ask the ‘Imi ola questions of a courageous life: ‘IMI OLA: To seek life and strengthen your faith.
You are an explorer.
Your mission is to observe and document the world around you as if you’ve never seen it before. Take notes. Collect things you find on your travels. Document your findings. Notice patterns. Copy. Trace. Focus on one thing at a time. Record what you are drawn to.
~ An affirmation on mission by jrjorgens, as shared by Katie Rodgers