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We consider our core values to be like default settings – core operating behaviors, attitudes and principles. They are our go-to’s in what we believe, and what we see and pride in ourselves when we look in the mirror when we wake up. Sure, everyone has an off-day, and settings can get out-of-whack (whose don’t) – but when you go back to the default, this is what comes naturally to us and what makes us feel at home with ourselves.
Focus is our superpower. We are snipers, where even letting a millimetre of distraction in our path throws us off our target. We treat every task like we only have one shot. We recognize that the world is built for distractions, and we are built for focus. We mutually respect the time and craft of others, and check ourselves on whether we’re being a distraction to others. As such, your first priority everyday should be you and your colleagues’ focus on the job to be done.
“Successful people maintain a positive focus in life no matter what is going on around them. They stay focused on their past successes rather than their past failures, and on the next action steps they need to take to get them closer to the fulfillment of their goals, rather than all the other distractions that life presents to them.” – Jack Canfield
It’s better to be fast and wrong than to never find out in the first place. We firmly believe that the risk of not doing anything at all, or being too late, always outweighs the risk of making the best decision you can – then acting, learning, and moving forward. As such, you always maintain a bias for action, and enable and celebrate others to do the same.
“An idea without action is like a bow without an arrow.” — Martin Luther King
Ideas, strategies, and plans are theoretical – and are also the easy part. We only find out if our ideas or plans are good or bad through executing and delivery to the best possible standard. Our dream is succeeding due to excellent execution, while our nightmare is failing due to poor execution. We aim to set ourselves and each other up for success through holding the bar high on everything we do, and staying true to our commitments to ourselves and to each other. You strive for excellence in execution in yourself, and inspire others to operate at the same standard.
“Having a vision for what you want is not enough. Vision without execution is hallucination.” – Thomas A. Edison
We challenge ourselves to diverse thinking, people, and experiences. Differences are what make us better. Similarities are what makes us stale. Without diversity in what we bring to the table, we do not learn. We are not scared to seek out experiences or viewpoints that are different than our own. As such, you constantly challenge yourself to seek out and surround yourself with diverse opinions, people, and experiences – knowing that this is an exciting way to make yourself better.
“Our diversity is our strength. What a dull and pointless life it would be if everyone was the same.” – Angelina Jolie
‘Work’ is genuinely fun for us. We wouldn’t have it any other way. We love what we do, and you can tell that from the moment we talk about what we’re working on. We don’t put on a work version or mask of ourselves everyday. We don’t take ourselves too seriously, and we have just as much fun at work as we do at whatever our happy place is. We help others feel the same. This makes us authentically optimistic in our approach to our work. Reading this resonates with you.
“Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive.” – Elbert Hubbard
“Most of the shadows of this life are caused by standing in one’s own sunshine.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson