JupiterJones wrote:I will only butt in to recommend that anyone considering drafting a mission statement should read this blog post from Guy Kawasaki:
http://blog.guykawasaki.com/2006/01/man ... z1mNxcoi1H
VictoriaF wrote:That's fair. How about this?
Bogleheads mission: Investing in low-cost index funds.
a2z wrote:I feel a need to reframe my need. When I talk about money with friends, family and cohorts I usually refer them to Bogleheads.org with ease and expedience. And they often have a puzzled behind-the-lens-glare in their eyes. What are you trying to sell me or what cult do you want me to join? It’s then that I could really use a definitive, accurate and honest descriptive Bogleheads 30 second “elevator speech.”
a2z wrote:Here's the latest revised and condensed version of my original Bogleheads mission/elevator speech. Thanks to all who have contributed, and a special note of thanks to Peter Foley for suggesting a close version of my "hopefully" final draft.
Bogleheads...support individuals to make intelligent, prudent and independent decisions as they manage their money.
"Bogleheads help investors make intelligent, independent decisions." is even more to the point.mptfan wrote:Bogleheads help people make intelligent, independent decisions about managing money.
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