Storytelling isn’t just for writers.

It’s for anyone with a message.
So whether you build your stories with a camera, a pen, or a paintbrush.
We want to be there.

This week we launched our new About page. In it, we present our mission statement and its implementation.

Third Person Creative is a community of artists dedicated to wielding the power of stories against the injustice, prejudice, and passivity of their world.

But why?

Because a missions statement is the core motivator behind what you do.
It tells everyone (and reminds yourself):

  • what you want to accomplish,
  • who you want to help, and
  • the sort of change you want to see in the world.

And in taking the time to sharpen ours, we figured out a lot about where we wanted to go, and what we would need to do to get there.

But what about YOU?

This helped us so much, that we believe it’s PERFECT for our first ever TPC challenge.

We want to hear YOUR mission statement.

Post it in the comments OR via social media (tag us at @tp_creative), and let us know!
If you want to write a blog post about what you’re about, leave a link in the comments (or link to your About page)!

At the end of this, we’ll have a beautiful list of all the amazing stories you guys are fighting to tell. It will add focus to your own life, and encourage you to stand with others. It’s gonna be awesome 🙂

Shatter the silence.


2 thoughts

  1. My mission statement: to become more like Jesus in the way that he wants at the time that he wants. Secondarily, to force people into an awareness of others that requires them to decide if they care enough to act, or if they don’t. Thirdly, to be honest with and about myself, so that I cannot boast if I wanted to. Fourthly, to find a way to enjoy life right now (no matter when “right now” is). Et cetera (I just have a lot of feelings). 😉

    1. Michelle,

      This. Is. Awesome.
      Loving Jesus with an emphasis on trusting His timing – woah – I think everyone could take notes from you there.
      What really struck me is that three of the points are ‘inward’ and only one is ‘outward’. It shows that you are absolutely committed to tending to yourself before you start looking to impact the world around you. This statement shows you’re committed to instilling honesty and gratitude into the core of who you are – a foundation that kills comparison and hypocrisy.

      Thank you so much for taking the time to do this. I’m really encouraged 🙂

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