I believe business, and indeed life -- is about relationships.
I believe that the development of relationships with the people in an organization represent the greatest possibilities for the growth of that organization.
I believe that it is possible for every person to love the work they’re in.
I believe that the “I don’t know” mind is the most spiritual part of us.
I believe that asking the right questions always leads to something greater.
I believe in having conversations that matter, and that everything great begins with a conversation.
I believe that my role in the world is to provide the questions and the space for others to discover their own best answers.
I believe business generates something, and that it’s our mission to generate for the greatest good of all concerned.
I believe it’s time to recognize our shared individual human needs -- to love, to have our voice heard, and to make a difference.
I believe in building the capacity to solve business problems within the organization, rather than building dependency on some outside force.
I believe that all human beings want to be part of something bigger than themselves, and that our work is the most effective vehicle for that.
I believe that so much more is possible when our actions are love-driven rather than fear-driven.
I believe we can collectively solve our greatest problems by being in the right conversations.