How can you keep your mission first in your busy organizational life? Use this list to discover new and easy ways that guarantee everyone will keep your mission at the forefront.1
Research tells us it takes seven repetitions of a message before people hear it. Therefore, even when you repeat, or people see your mission thousands of times in thousands of places, with these ideas, today, someone will understand it for the first time.
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1To use these ideas, you’ll want a short mission statement. If your current statement is too long, you have two easy choices: 1) use a short phrase from it 2) or revise it. For help, see the free article How to Develop a Great Mission Statement.
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