We’ve always believed that forming a strategy is impossible until you’re clear on what your values and principles are. Without values and principles to guide you, making decisions can seem impossibly difficult. Given how important setting values and principles is to decision making we asked folks we admire to tell us about the values or principles that matter most to them.
Natalie Ventimiglia | Artistic Alchemist
That I have a relentless pursuit for truth. That I figured this place out and then made that information available to anyone who wanted it. Read more>>
Jan Sullivan | Cabinetry Design/Sales Consultant/Entrepreneur
Cabinetry is rewarding and enjoyable, challenging and a headache. There is drudgery more often than exhilaration, but there is plenty of that, too. I hope to be known as a cabinetry specialist who excelled at creating personalized, gorgeous designs, taking care of details quickly and creatively with as little down-time or waste as possible, with follow up ensuring everything is done correctly, leaving the homeowner or builder extremely happy with the end result. Well laid-out cabinetry designs provide enjoyment in daily use for years to come, and it gives me satisfaction to work with families and builders alike! Read more>>
Jill Stewart | Soulful Portrait Artist
When I look back over my journey as an artist and how I got here, I credit my passion for creating soulful connections with others. It is an honor to be able to memorialize a pet with a soulful portrait, and bring a smile to someone when they view my paintings. The most fulfilling aspect of what I do is the ability to lift others up. I’ve never compromised this value in pursuit of success. Instead, it has served as a constant barometer. People who are attracted to my style feel something beyond the image before them. A shift occurs to a lighter, healing space and love transcends loss. Read more>>