What is your life mission? What is your life vision? Why is mission and vision so important? As our guest says, it’s the key to why we should be showing up.
Meico Whitlock specializes in helping purpose driven high achieving professionals find work life balance and carve out a life of meaning. He works with clients on finding balance, eliminating technology distraction and developing personal mission and vision. In his experience, so many professionals are clear on the mission of the organization or clients they’re serving, but they are unclear on their own life personal missions.
Why is that?
For one, Meico says, most of us are suffering from a case of IDD – Intention Deficit Disorder: we’re on autopilot going through life without clear intention of why we’re showing up in the world.
When you lack intention, it’s easy to accept whatever “falls into your lap” – both personally and professionally. So the price is high.
Meico shares a list powerful questions that help get closer to our personal mission and purpose. I found his questions to be thought-provoking and powerful.
1. How can I be of service
2. If you knew that you couldn’t fail, what would you be doing with your life?
Take Advantage of Meico’s Resources:
Meico’s website – Mindful Techie
Download the Free Life Planning Guide
Life Visioning Program Reboot Your Life Course
Meico’s Planner – The Intention Planner
What I’m reading and listening to this week
Employers Need to Address Caregiving Crisis Study Finds – WSJ
19 Books to Help You Live Your Best Life – Kailei Carr
Clean up your social media profile and use it to your advantage – WUSA
4 Smart Strategies to Survive a Market Cool-Off – Inc
If Your Friends Don’t Talk About Money , You Need New Friends – Business Insider
As mentioned in the episode
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Package Your Genius: 5 Steps to Build Your Most Powerful Personal Brand is available on Amazon – My Personal Branding Book
Package Your Genius Personal Branding Companion Workbook is available on Amazon – My Personal Branding Workbook