In order to write a personal mission statement, we have to begin at the Circle of Influence, that center that’s compiled of our most basic paradigms.
Whatever is at the centre of our life will be the source of our security, guidance, wisdom, and power.
Remember, security represents our self worth, self-esteem, and our basic personal strength or lack of it.
Guidance represents the source of direction and decision-making in our lives.
Wisdom is our perspective on life and sense of balance.
Last but not least, power is the faculty or capacity to act.
When these four factors are present together, they create a noble personality, a balanced character, and a beautifully integrated individual.
You’re probably asking yourself, “where do I stand?” Well, that’s what this next chart will indicate for you to find out your influence. You can trace it back to the centre, the genesis and figure out if it’s actually holding you back.
For example, if you’re friend centered, you are highly dependent on the opinions of others. You’re also easily embarrassed by other people and you see the world through a social lens.
The best way I can describe Thai society is definitely self-centred. Everything revolves around, “if it feels good, what I want, what I need, what’s in it for me.” The view of 80% of the lives of people living within these borders revolves around how decisions, events and circumstances affect you.
Most foreigners who visit Thailand is pleasure centered. You feel secure only when you’re on a pleasure “high.” You make decisions based on what will give you the most pleasure. You only see the world for what’s in it for you. Security is also short lived.
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