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.

Weston Robins | Psychologist

Honestly, integrity, humility and ethics. Living by a code of ethics that focuses upon being of service to others and building community and connection. Working towards the greater good of healing yourself in order to positively impact and influence those around you. Fighting for systemic change and justice. Working diligently to create and establish a community of healers and light workers to help those in need! Read more>>

Ann Woodruff | Executive Director, Canopy Studio

I have always valued truth, transparency, and understanding both in my personal and profession lives. As the leader of a non-profit aerial dance and arts organization I feel that I am guiding a very large ship full of athletes, artists, performers and audience members. There are many different roles that a person can take on when participating at Canopy and as long as we interact with each other with respect and kindness, the ship stays afloat and moving forward. Read more>>

OMP GiN. | Creator

I really have a few, it’s hard to name one. Respect, freedom and flexibility is what I live by though. I feel like if you’re flexible, you’re able to give and receive respect from any angle. Freedom is big to me as well because I think it’s vital for people just do what you want to do (as long as you not harming nobody, of course). We as a people are so confined to labels, and status and everything else that doesn’t matter. True happiness is being able to be free and be you, despite the odds that are against you. Read more>>