"If a brand genuinely wants to make a social contribution, it should start with who they are, not what they do. For only when a brand has defined itself and its core values can it identify causes or social responsibility initiatives that are in alignment with its authentic brand story."

Simon Mainwaring


Wisdom: Research continues to validate the fact that wisdom practices are highly beneficial in our personal and professional development.

Social Entrepreneurship: In the modern world, our highest concentration of attention is focused on our livelihood. Yet, when our work is aligned with our values, there are profound ripple effects. We want that for EVERYONE.

Diversity and Inclusion: Both the Wisdom and Social Entrepreneurship worlds have struggled with inclusion. From the start, our leadership has held a vision to support and embody 360 degree diversity.  

Community: One guru can't have all the answers - especially in our complex modern world. Instead, we are a generous, global tribe that shares experience and resources in service to the larger transformation that is taking place.

Aliveness, Self-Care and FUN: Transformational leaders are often oriented to caring for others, devaluing their own well-being. With self-compassion and a deep appreciation for humor, we hold a vision of joy and sustainability.