Why we exist. Is your business HWW?
HWW (Healthy, Wealthy and Wise) is our benchmark of how we are doing as a company and the way we apply the IT2.0 framework to our clients. Are you trying to get your business health wealthy and wise?
Why do we exist?
The quote often attributed to Benjamin Franklin identifies the core purpose for our company and how we hope to serve those around us. To serve our clients, team members, families, friends, community and world in becoming healthy, wealthy and wise.
"Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise." — Benjamin Franklin
Being healthy takes on so many aspects in our life. Emotional, physical, spiritual health in our personal lives helps us develop into a strong team. Organizational health is so important to the life blood of how a company can grow over time and build a culture that impacts others. We strive to develop those around us into healthy individuals and healthy companies.
"A healthy outside starts from the inside." — Robert Urich
Wealth is not just monetary but also wealth of character and spirit. However profit and cash flow are the life blood of a healthy company. By creating wealth we can live and give like no one else. We strive to grow our company to realize wealth for that level of giving that can change the world.
"Rich people have small TVs and big libraries, and poor people have small libraries and big TVs." ― Zig Ziglar
Wisdom is the proper application of knowledge. Becoming wise takes time and experience. However it is time well spent as that knowledge can bring peace and happiness. Wisdom begets health and wealth. We strive to build a company built upon learning from our mistakes and passing along that knowledge to our clients so they can ultimately become healthy, wealthy and wise.
"Wisdom is the right application of knowledge; and true education...is the application of knowledge to the development of a noble and Godlike character." ― David O. McKay
"When wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost." — Billy Graham