We believe that everyone deserves to feel good about themselves and how they manage their lives –
the diehard addict or those trying to restore normalcy after an addiction.
the convict or those who simply made a mistake
the emotionally compromised or those who simply feel stressed, lonely, insecure, or inadequate.
We see that emotions drive behavior; they are not created by it. The behaviour – addiction, anger, conciliation, withdrawal – is only the revelation of the unstable or unestablished emotional strength, a problem that can more easily and more permanently be overcome than can the attempts to heal a presumed and ill-defined disease.
Therefore, we focus on building and securing a rational and strong emotional state that is backed by ingenuity, not social, corporeal, or material assets. We hold steadfastly that a person with a strong and balanced emotional state will naturally feel and display rational responses; we do not have to teach that. It is innate to the rational mind. We also hold that, when rational states persist, old habits die or are reduced by attrition. We do not have to restrain them.
Go there now and give yourself a management advantage in a world of persistent insecurity and strife.