Is this my mission statement?

Music is something we can really play with. Having fun changing song lyrics together is something that kids really enjoy. And it opens up the idea that music making is something that anyone can do.

 

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About earlleonardmusicforkids

Earl Leonard is a talented musician with an honest rocking style. Kids love his enthusiam and sense of fun. Performances for early primary and pre-school aged children are structured to leave room for participation; including changing well known song lyrics with the help of the kids. Songwriting workshops for grades 3 and up open a world of creativity; exploring language rhythm and rhyme. through all the fun and games children learn about words and music.
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One Response to Is this my mission statement?

  1. My Good friend Dancing Dave Hogan gave me some good feedback on this post on facebook, which I’m copying to here so I don’t lose it. Thanks again Dave. The exchange was:

    David Hogans: Don’t forgot to list your company values, lol

    Earl Leonard: Yeah Dancer, I read somewhere that its good to have one as a way of helping you adjust to thinking bout what was previously a hobby as a business, but its a bit like that eh? Do you have one?

    David Hogans: I don’t have one, but all kinds of reflection are useful. Regarding yours – have you considered boiling it down to one sentence? Also it’s not really a mission statement, you’re just stating your opinion on some stuff.

    For example, Google’s mission statement is “Google’s mission is to organize the world‘s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” not “Information is more useful when it is universally accessible”

    Earl Leonard: Of course! Thanks heaps, Dancer, you’re right. And that’s probably the point of doing it too that I missed, eh? Everyone has an opinion, but an activity (business) has goals (a mission! Duh)! I don’t think I can just restructure the post in a way that makes it a mission statement in the reverse of what you’ve done with the google example, so I’ll need to do some more reflection 🙂 Thanks again.

    David Hogans: no wuckaz

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