Because we all deserve more than a job...
A successful organization requires a deep personal commitment from its members. We're about more than jobs here, we're creating a way of life. We all bring a unique gift, which gives us an inherent equality. A functioning world requires simple tasks being done, just as much as complex ones. This aspect of life gives us each a unique perspective.
In order to make sure we continue to grow as individuals, our efforts are rewarded based on our commitment, experiential skill and wisdom. We make every effort to welcome new members, each having an opportunit to earn ownership shares and comprehensive mentorship by contributing sweat equity. Holding the bar high for admission not only earns respect of current members by matching our initiative, it also keeps our enterprise growing and relevant.
What Mentorship Means
To us, mentorship is about a full integration of skills. Instead of theory, or 'head knowledge' it's the process of gaining conscious responses we can apply by recognizing patterns in our work, or any other aspect of life. We provide methodical questions to heighten sensory recognition in a way that feels natural and intuitive. In an age where work environments can feel too busy, combative, or meaningless, we model a different experience.
Our companionship on jobs helps make the phychological process just as clear as the physical process, which is a distinct advantage, since fulfilling any vision requires 80% planning, and 20% action.
We offer mentorship in a variety of ways, either one-on-one, or in groups. We currently provide mentorship in our local community, or at special events by request. Our are in the process of developing a residential mentorship program, where all you need to do is show up. Through the service you provide, you will learn skills and earn greater responsibility. Opportunities may include taking a leadership role, gaining ownership, and greater specialization.
What others say about working with us;
"Accompanying Dan's resourcefulness, is an impressive, and sometimes surprising mass of knowledge and experience that you would expect of someone who has been in industry for far more years than he has been alive. There was almost never a situation that he did not have a solution for.
As time went on, Dan and I have become friends. Although the time between our meetings is sometimes lengthy, it is very easy to get back into the comfortable groove with him. He is one of the most hard working and decent human beings I have ever met."