We can change this world with words like "love" and "freedom."

The third and final component of crafting a personal mission statement is identifying and describing the need that my creation/service is filling and the kind of people who will be my ideal audience/customers. I am working to provide creations/services for healers/helping professionals who are looking for community and connection and who value spirituality, creativity, and storytelling.

So here is the first draft of my own personal mission statement:

My mission is to heal those who are trying to heal others, to encourage them in the work they have been called to do, to help them embrace the hurt within themselves and restore their hearts and spirits, to connect them to a creative community that will revive their joy and bright faith.

Through The Sad Cafe Community, I create ways (articles, e-books, e-courses, community) to help healers connect with each other and to understand the ways that they interact with their work and the people they support. I also offer coaching to help healers find their best work fit.

I provide creations/services for healers/helping professionals who are looking for community and connection and who value spirituality, creativity, and storytelling.

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