//A cheatsheet on how to create a vision statement, mission statement, and core values

A cheatsheet on how to create a vision statement, mission statement, and core values

A small business owner faces many daily tasks and long term goals. I believe a strong business is one that has a clearly defined vision, mission, and core values. They are also known not just by the business owner, but also its team members.


I think of the vision statement to reflect where you are going. If it can be accomplished in your life time it might be too little.


I think of a vision statement to symbolize a compass which points you towards your true north.

Sequentia Solutions Vision statement is “Empower small business owners with effective and practical solutions.”


The mission statement is what you are about on the day to day schedule. It can be achieved in our lifetime. It can shift with the seasons.

I like to think of the mission statement as a thermometer. One where you daily engage in what the reading is and take direction and instructions with your outlook.

Sequentia Solutions Mission statement is “Always be learning and growing to delivery the best value to our customers.”


Core values is how your team members, customers, and vendors see you do. They reflect unspoken words and attitudes towards your work.

Sequentia Solutions core values are:

  • Being Prepared
  • Aware and Care
  • Prudent Mindset
  • John 15:5


By | 2018-06-07T23:44:48-05:00 April 12th, 2018|Productivity Hacks|1 Comment

About the Author:

Steve Chase grew up in Dayton, OH but now calls San Antonio, TX home along with his entrepreneur wife, Erin, and their 4 sons. Steve founded Sequentia Solutions in 2017 to help small business owners grow their business with practical and effective solutions. Steve's #1 Clifton StrengthsFinder skill is Learner which comes in handy while he teaches others how to best use various business software applications like QuickBooks Online and Excel. Steve is an active volunteer leader with the Boy Scouts and treasures the lessons he learned while participating in Scouts as a youth on his path to Eagle. Steve enjoys drinking coffee, a good book, visiting art museums, and doing math problems using a brand new sharpened #2 pencils.

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