“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.

Stephanie Downs | Social Entrepreneur Bringing Better Animal Alternatives to Market

Giving back is the most important value to me. The world is facing so many challenges. I believe we are all obligated to step up and do what we can to make it a better place for all. Read more>>

Karissa Brazdys | Model & Project Controls Specialist

I value education in the context of getting to know yourself and the world around you. There are so many ways to learn. You can read books, listen to podcasts, take courses online, engage in conversations with people around you, ask questions, take risks, etc. A smart mind is one that can think for his or her own self. Getting to this point is done by actively seeking out experiences and resources that weren’t mapped out for you. Read more>>

Krystal Adams | Studio owner and head instructor / Personal Trainer

Do provide a safe and judgment free space for women to come find themselves will they are getting stronger both physically and mentally. Read more>>

Hari Bhaskar | Actor

Honesty is what I value the most. That’s because trust is something money cannot buy, and once you’ve lost someone’s trust, you can never truly get it back. Honesty is the only way things can be done in a time-efficient manner. One doesn’t have to second-guess themselves if honest opinions and answers are given without beating around the bush. Read more>>