If they’re not successful, how can we. Putting the mentees first and going way beyond the normal scope that anyone would go to ensuring that the mentees are not only happy but also end up seeing results over the long-term has led to our success in building a business that doesn’t need to spend money advertising and receives a large portion of the mentees from referrals and are many past happy mentees who attest to those in need about our obsession in resolving the mentees matters.

Our philosophy is to create, develop and nurture positive mentee-mentor relationships where we are all better as a result of having one another in each other’s lives. The pragmatic application of this philosophy is to ensure that there is a constant flow of respect for time, care for each other’s wellbeing and support for our mutual success in the form of providing skills training, knowledge and resources necessary to build everyone spiritually intelligent human being.

All the people in the company should exercise the following principles:


Having a sense of long-term goals and strategies. Anticipating the impact of personal actions on others Assessing personal strengths and weaknesses in line with how others see them


Prepared to experiment and take risks. Prepared to back a hunch or gut feeling about what will add value. Actively seeking opportunities to have fun at work.

Being Vision and Value-Led

Expressing concern when the organization fails to live by its stated values Making career choices guided by a desire to do something worthwhile Prepared to fight for matters of principle


Encouraging people to understand the operation of the whole organization Anticipating the longer-term consequences of today’s actions and decisions Seeking to balance working and nonworking life


Considering the way external stakeholders will feel about actions or decisions the organization might take. Trying to ensure the organization has a positive impact on the natural and social environments. Willing to make time to help others.

Celebration of Diversity

Seeking input from a wide range of people when planning or making decisions Respecting and seriously considering ideas that challenge the mainstream Encouraging people to express their individuality

Field Independence

Listening to the views of others but always prepared to take responsibility for personal decisions and actions. Not being easily distracted when involved in an important task. Prepared to fight for a personal point of view when sure of its correctness


Looking to give others credit for their knowledge and achievements. Prepared to explore what can be learned from personal mistakes. Deferred to the greater knowledge or experience of other.

Tendency to Ask Fundamental “Why” Questions

Making sure to understand the causes of problems before initiating corrective action. Giving others opportunities to explain their actions before giving negative feedback. Looking for patterns behind problems and seeking to understand their origin or meaning.

Ability to Reframe

Bringing a variety of approaches to problem-solving tasks. Prepared to let go of previously held ideas when these clearly are not working. Seeking to broaden experience by taking on tasks outside of comfort zone.

Positive Use of Adversity

Seeking to learn from mistakes rather than blaming others for them. Persisting with a task in the face of difficulties. Drawing on hidden reserves of energy when things go wrong.

Sense of Vocation

Going the extra mile to achieve an excellent result. Seeing work as an important part of life. Expressing appreciation for the opportunities and gifts received at work and at home.

Only if the people in a system behave as they should, the system will work as it should.

If we want to change systems, we have to change human behaviour. But human behaviour is not so easily changed. To achieve real transformation, we have to change the motivations that drive behaviour. Today business, politics, education, and society in general are driven by four negative motivations: fear, greed, anger, and self-assertion. When we are controlled by these negative emotions, we trust both ourselves and others less, and we tend to act from a small place inside ourselves.

Our philosophy is basedon the poem that Mother Teresa posted in the orphanage she founded in Kolkata:

People are often unreasonable, illogical, and self-centred.
Forgive them anyway.
If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish ulterior motives.
Be kind anyway.
If you are successful, you will win some false friends and some true enemies.
Succeed anyway.
If you are honest and frank, people may cheat you.
Be honest and frank anyway.
What you spend years building, someone may destroy overnight.
Build anyway.
If you find serenity in happiness, people may be jealous.
Be happy anyway.
The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow.
Do good anyway.
Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough.
But give the world the best you’ve got anyway.
You see, in the final analysis, it is all between you and God;
it was never between you and them anyway.