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Manifesto. noun. /ˌmanəˈfestō/
A written statement to publicly declare your intentions, motives, or beliefs. From the Latin manifestus — to manifest, to clearly reveal, to make real.


Some tips for writing your manifesto

  • Use strong language. Use verbs. Start some sentences with: I will, It will, and It is
  • Try starting a sentence or two with I have decided
  • Give your manifesto a specific time frame
  • Include one personalized detail from your life. The idea behind this suggestion is to create a very personal and tangible connection to your goal.
  • Identify the greatest threat to your passion. Then, address in your manifesto how you will remove that threat.


Here is some help to get you started
Respond to the prompts below with the truths that lift you highest. Know that these are not the only statements that can be in your manifesto. Maybe other things come to mind to you, feel free to take what you like and leave the rest.