A military body has a set of “Core Ops” or “Core Operations” which often includes its mission statement and values, and similar statements.
Get CORE OPS By Josh Hatcher Today
Your Purpose is Why.
Your purpose is really simple. It’s WHY you exist. WHY are you here?
Purpose doesn’t change
It was there before you were born, and it sticks with you for your whole life. Many people get focused on their purpose as a specific thing. Then, when something goes wrong, their identity and purpose are questioned in a moment of crisis.
Developing a personal mission statement
Putting your mission into words is a powerful act. It sets your intention. In conjunction with your purpose and your vision, it’s the equivalent of getting in the car and plugging in GPS Coordinates. How powerful would your life by if you had that kind of clarity in your destination?
Vision is where you are headed. It’s a goal, with a plan, centered around your purpose and your mission.
Your vision answers the question, “If I continue working toward my mission according to my purpose, where will I be in five to ten years?”
We all have values. Even the unscrupulous among us have values.
To value something is to give it worth. There are things that either knowingly or un-knowingly have worth in our lives. They guide our decision-making. They affect our personal relationships. If we take the time to identify the core of those values, we can recognize them not just as gut-checks or feelings, but rather as guiding principles.
Josh Hatcher – Mission – Vision – Values
To live a life of love and service to God, my family, and my community.
To use my talents and abilities to enrich and lead in the lives my family, my friends, my community, and all of those in my expanding circle of influence.
I will live as an ambassador of Christ and lead my family, while I find meaning and value in my work, while building passive income streams, and mentoring and encouraging men and women.
Represent -Value – Build – Mentor – Encourage
- God Deserves First Place.
- My Family Matters.
- Be Authentic.
- Be Humble, but Confident.
- Creativity Matters.
- Excellence Matters.
- Leadership belongs in all areas of life.
Manlihood: Purpose / Mission / Vision / Values
Because the world needs men to lead in their families and communities, and because so many men have struggled to understand their value, Manlihood exists to help men become better men.
The Manlihood Mission is to Educate, Equip, and Entertain Men in an Engaging Way.
The Manlihood vision is to create resources to educate and equip men, to foster a thriving community of men, where bonds of brotherhood and accountability form. We seek to help men be better fathers, husbands, leaders, friends. We want to build through Manlihood a financially sustainable architecture that can support itself, but also to incubate ideas and opportunities from within the Manlihood community that support our purpose and mission.
- Men matter.
- Family matters.
- Integrity and Honor matter.
- Personal Responsibility matters. (If it is to be, it’s up to me.)
- Men thrive and grow in community and brotherhood with each other.
- Truth is everywhere. Wisdom knows how to pick it out.
- Men should value and respect women. (People should respect people.)
- Perseverance, Self-control and Self-discipline are sacred and essential.
- Words are powerful, and how we use them matters.
- Leadership is steeped in influence and responsibility. (Everyone is a leader, and everyone should embrace and nurture that role.)
Check out Josh’s Book: CORE OPS: A Tactical Field Guide to Take Command of Your Life here