5 Questions To Ask When Writing Your Personal Mission Statement E-book!

I am BURSTING at the seams today! 

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For a very long time I have wanted to write and publish a book and while I would love to write and publish a physical book still someday, today is the day I release my first e-book!

As you may or may not know, I was absolutely elated when my personal mission statement was featured in an article on forbes.com alongside greats like OPRAH and Richard Branson (!!!). To this day, that post continues to bring new traffic to TLSM every single day. Talk about #blessed.

There’s a part of me that has no idea how or why they chose my mission statement, but then there’s the part of me that says “Google, you silly girl.” Beyond that, my mission statement spoke to someone and continues to do so which really just makes me excited and hopeful that my dream to inspire others really is within my reach.

And that is all I have ever hoped for.

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Anyway, in my effort to better serve YOU and help YOU lead your best life, I put together the 5 Questions To Ask When Writing Your Personal Mission Statement E-book. I asked myself these questions when writing my mission statement. There’s even a worksheet for you to fill out. This is my THANK YOU to you all for being AWESOME! (And it’s FREE!)

To get your copy of my 5 Questions To Ask When Writing Your Personal Mission Statement E-book, just sign up for my email list using the below form and it will come right to your inbox!

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