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Philosophy and Mission Statement

Why not invest a few bucks in a domain with your name? Why not publish a couple of lines that describe you and your thoughts?

Let me tell you why you should do it.

Imagine you are looking for new opportunities in your professional field and you are going to send out an application to a potential employer or a specific company. The first thing of research you will probably do is google their name in order to find out as much as possible about them.

So guess what – when they receive your application, they will do the very same.

How great would it be if they find your mission statement on the web (instead of all the fotos of you partying at the Mediterranean on Facebook), get curious about you and want to know more about you?

I just published a short version of my Philosophy of Life and my Mission Statement.

Here’s an excerpt of my Philosophy of Life and my Mission Statement. Would love to hear what you think about it.

And: Ask yourself the following questions:

  • What is the core of your philosophy?
  • What is your mission statement? Do you have one for your company? For your family? For your community?

Make it a grand day!

PS: If your name as a domain is not available anymore, then register www.your-name-the-great.com, www.the-amazing-your-name.com, or whatever you want your name to be related with.

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  1. Bee sagt:

    You have only one, maybe to mission statement(s) there:
    “Allways tell the truth.”
    “Celebrate significantly.”

    Or is “Never do anything that’ll rob your sleep.” what your mission is? Shall people in 20 years say: “Look, there is someone who always sleeps at night” ?

    • That’s a very interesting – and in fact: funny – approach. Thanks for your comment.

      No, this statement is not about being proud never to have taken any risks. It is about not making a fool of yourself. I might have put it as this: “Don’t risk 100% if you only understand 10%.” Or: “Never do anything that’ll risk your principal. Especially if you are responsible for other people.

      Another application of this statement is: Always be kind to other people.

      Have a nice day!
      Thomas

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