Business and organization often start their yearly planning processes with a mission statement. As I plan to reorganize my marketing business again this month to accommodate the growth of the Trenton Trib, I have reflected on what has succeeded and what has failed in 2016.
Through this yearly inspection, we can tweak and improve our mission and our marketing plans for the upcoming year.
As the new president-elect is sworn in, the country and financial institutions will react to how well he has prepared his marketing to the American public as well as other nations. His team will surely have a mission in place and how you perceived his success or failure will certainly be reflective of your own personal mission.
I have always thought that you could check the pulse of America if each household had a mission statement. Every year I take inventory on our family mission, even though it hasn’t changed since we created it and hung it on the wall in 2002.
My family mantra is, “To enjoy each other and our many blessings daily, To be thankful to God, Our Family & Our Friends, To Work Hard & Play Harder, To Do the Right Things … Always, To Plan For Success In All We Do, To Eat Healthy, Exercise Together and Bring Joy to Others.”
Simply, it is a statement of what is important to you and your family, framed in a visible spot to let it unconsciously sink in. Read More