“If you stand for nothing, you fall for everything”
We asked the community to tell us about the values and principles that guide their lives and businesses.
Michelle | Professional Photographer
Definitely, communication. When I started professionally taking pictures, I always had the needs of the clients in mind. My vision was, and has always been, to preserve lasting memories. With that said, I make sure to give my clients their own unique experience. An immersive experience that is customized to that person’s vision for his or her family and their own unique lives. Active and open communication is the key to capturing the essence of each client’s experience. I want all of my clients to look back 10 years from now and relive these memories with smiles on their faces and love in their hearts. Read more>>
Jessica Mitchell | Freelance Makeup Artist
The most important value to me would be remaining humble once you make it to success. Always remember where you from and what brought to your current stage in life. Read more>>
Elizabeth Strauss | Co-Owner and CEO of All Organized, LLC
At All Organized we value integrity as it is key to life and business. Integrity means doing the right thing, even when no one is looking. The type of work that our company does, moving seniors from their family home into senior communities, would not run well without integrity. Mary Anderson and I, the owners of this business, know that integrity cannot stop with our external customers but must extend to our team members, which is why our management style is transparency. Sometimes integrity means having a difficult conversation to say “hey, something went less than perfect with this outcome”, or with a team member when something isn’t going right, but you are being upfront and honest which builds trust. Read more>>