As Business and Ministry Leaders, Community Organizers, and individuals, there are days when it seems like you cannot get anything done. No matter how many projects or tasks you start, nothing gets checked off your to-do list, and by the end of the day, you're even more overwhelmed and frustrated than when you started.
"Project Saturday" gives you the ideal environment and an uninterrupted block of time — a time lock — in which to concentrate on the tasks at hand and maintain your momentum and productivity. The best part about Project Saturday is that you are expected to complete tasks and be accountable to your peers.
The most exciting part of this event is what I like to call the "HOT SEAT." This is when you gain valuable insight, direction, or plain old good advice if you face a challenging moment in completing tasks.
Starting a nonprofit can be a challenging but enriching entrepreneurial experience. A nonprofit gives you the ability to give back to your community and to make a difference, unlike any other industry.
However, starting a charity or nonprofit organization is just like starting a for-profit business. And just like starting a for-profit business, there are steps that you need to take to ensure that you are successful.
Businesses create mission statements to provide purpose and direction for the organization. But it's as vital for individuals to have a mission and a vision for themselves as it is for any business.
Creating a personal mission statement forces clarity, helps you define the purpose, and serves as the foundation for your life goals. It also helps you identify the underlying reasons for your choices and behaviors and what truly motivates you to make a change.
Defining who you are in Words in 2021, by creating a Mission Statement for your LIFE and living it out before the world.