We bring values, strengths, and purpose to the workplace.
Every person ends every day
proud of what they did,
in awe of who they can become,
knowing their life is rich,
and looking forward to tomorrow.
(Less ego. More ‘we’ go.)
We are each accountable for ourselves, and have a healthy pride in the individual work we do.
We know everyone has something significant to contribute.
We understand our individual performance and presence directly impacts every other member of our team.
We need each other. We are capable of exponentially more together than apart.
Doing our best is an act of service. A demonstration of our commitment to one another.
There’s greater confidence to move ahead in big, bold ways when we all have a voice in setting our course.
Our momentum is greatest when we trust and believe in one another; knowing we have each other’s best interest at heart.
By holding each other accountable to a higher standard, we evoke the best in each of us.
(Make a mole-hill out of a mountain.)
We seek input from those who are impacted by our work.
We rely on one another and can each be counted on.
We don’t regret the past. We don’t fear the future.
We forgive and let desire pull us forward.
We plan frequent wins… and celebrate them.
We pause every day to consider, “What’s possible now?”
Going further than you thought you could. Getting there faster than you thought was possible.
The quality of our future depends on the quality of our presence.
(Connect to the ‘purpose’ network.)
We make the biggest impact when our individual passions are evident in the work we do together.
We let our values drive our decisions, and move forward with no need for a rear-view mirror.
We are pulled forward by the desire to see the difference our work will make.
We keep a future-favored focus.
We push past the path of least resistance.
What’s easiest-cheapest-fastest right now is rarely the best option.
In the answer to ‘Why?’ we find the rules to LIVE by.
Answer “Why?” seven times in a row and we connect with our higher purpose.
Sometimes we have to collect wood. Sometimes we sit in the warmth of the fire.