The following principles of our ethos and culture are essential to creating a new paradigm:
“Coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose” — Napoleon Hill. This creation of a third mind, exponentially greater than the sum of its parts, has been the cornerstone of great power and fortune.
By aligning our efforts and intentions, in the spirit of harmony, we transmute this power to have a positive impact in the world. Therefore, vetting of members’ character is essential to the unity of the group.
We are committed to breaking down barriers and ego in order to form authentic connections and unity between our members.
A principal requirement for membership is a true desire to progress and evolve as a person. Willingness to let go of character defects holding us back from self-actualization is essential to both our progress and that of the group. We believe in progress, not perfection, backed by actions.
Our culture is devoted to acts of unconditional gift giving and support. We don’t keep score and members are encouraged to contribute as they desire and see fit.
Although members can participate how they wish, this is not a spectator sport. You get out of it what you put into it.
We understand that change starts from within and progresses outward. In order to progress as both individuals and a group, we are 100% responsible, 100% of the time.
We align our actions with our words, bringing integrity into all of our affairs.
We encourage non-conformity, creativity, and individuality, backed by good intentions. As long as these acts of expression do not harm others and are in accordance with the law, we remain neutral and do not pass judgment.
We believe in abundance and strive for excellence and success in all aspects of our lives. Paying it forward is not only a result, but also a means to success.
We have a ‘Win-Win’ philosophy, not ‘Win-Lose’ or ‘Lose-Lose’. In decision-making, we advocate consideration for one’s self, others, and society.