We’ve always believed that forming a strategy is impossible until your 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.

K. Noel | The Relentless Motivatior| Motivational Speaker, Author, Podcaster and Life/Podcasting Coach

To be relentless. Being relentless is so important to me because after writing my first book I gave up because I expected to get the end results at the beginning. No one told me about the work I had to put in. So, I went on a seven year hiatus where I had completely given up. In the midst of those seven years the word relentless began to be birthed in me by the year 2020 that is when it fully developed that if I am going to go after anything I have to be relentless. Read more>>

Dr. Diana A. Watley | Speaker, Family Advocate, Life Coach & Mom

One the values that’s most important to me is, “To thy own self be true”. In a world where people look on social media to decide who they will become. In a world where people jump from career to career based off of the successes they see others have. In a world where people wake up daily trying to outdo someone else, the one thing that has kept me succeeding and winning is being true to the woman I am and who I’m called to be. And never feeling the need to waiver based on what’s going on around me and what’s trending in the world. Read more>>

Tami Draper | VP New Business Development

Above all else, I value integrity. Doing what’s right because it’s right is definitely part of who I am at my core both personally and professionally. In life, relationships are based on trust, weather you’re my friend and confiding in me or you’re a business partner entrusting me with a project worth millions that may elevate you to the next level in your company or cause you to begin a new job search. Read more>>