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.

Sylvie Gilbar | Founder of Certified Baddie

Support! It’s important to me that all my students feel supported inside and outside the dance studio. Dance is supposed to be a community. I treat my students as if they are my family (they ARE my dance family). I support them unconditionally! Read more>>

Anabell / Tracy Cardona / Castillo | Owner / Designer

At Dream of Pearls, we want to stand out among the various emerging anime and manga centered businesses. Our values have always been determination, passion, fairness, and most of all ‘cute elegance’. We want to provide customers products that encompass these values and show those we work with the same. Passion for the products we make, such as knowing and loving the source materials. Determination for making projects come true and providing fun and exciting products. Read more>>

Mike Delgado | Strength Coach – Motivational Speaker

Honesty, Open-mindedness and willingness. To be successful in the gym and out on the street you need to be honest with yourself and transparent with the people around you. With the ability to be honest you are hiding your weaknesses and you miss out on the opportunity to grow through them. You need to be open minded and willing to try new ideas and training methods in the gym to get past sticking points you have in your lifts if getting physically stronger is the goal. This also carries over into everyday life, if you aren’t open minded to try new things you miss out on opportunities that can benefit you. Read more>>