How do you measure success? Is it based upon the money you make? The money you spend?
We have always known the yardsticks of traditional success have left us wanting.
We know it from our oldest books and their ancient wisdom. We know it from the latest, greatest, self-help guru
to make it on the newest best sellers' list. There's a better way to calculate how you're doing in life.
And it's not by folding your clothes and thanking them. Or by using foul language in a clever way to be edgy and unique. Just. Like. Everyone. Else.
But you are getting warmer.
We believe in a kinetic kind of success. One based upon the measurement of growth.
Personal, spiritual, physical, mental and holistic growth.
To take who you are and who you could be at your highest and combine them.
To reach your fullest potential and ultimately transcend it. To be more, ever more.
Not for the pursuit of trifle things like money, fame and power, but for the sake of elevating
humanity, showing mankind what is best about it, and to move the world by first moving yourself. Up.
That discontent you're feeling. That "is this it?" question that whispers inside your head when you've accomplished
something coveted, something that promised you a permanence of joy or at least, contentment.
You've experienced this, yes? We all have. The question then, as all questions ultimately ask, is simply this:
What are you going to do about it?
This is our answer.