Our Values and Purpose

The things we believe in

We exist to enable Gen Y to become high-performing and live a life driven by their values, free of societal and monetary limitations.

  • You”™ve read Sarah”™s book, Get Rich Slow.
  • You are following the #getrichslow philosophy in your personal life.
  • You preach it to your friends and family.
  • You make sacrifices for the goals you truly want.
  • You don”™t complain about what you have or how much you earn and simply make the most of it.
  • You set an ambitious goal and make sacrifices to achieve it.
  • You reward yourself for hard work.
  • You love to be pushed in all aspects of life and seek out coaches (PTs, fitness coach, health professionals, financial coaches, personal development coach, life coach).
  • You are constantly learning and developing yourself through reading, podcasts, courses, etc.
  • You understand that it is a lifelong journey, not a short-term fix.
  • You help others by sharing what you have learned.
  • You recommend resources to people when they tell you about a problem they”™re having.
  • You find the answer (SweetProcess, Google) before you ask.
  • You think of a solution before you complain.
  • You think of a solution when sh*t hits the fan.
  • You don”™t complain and always spot the opportunity.
  • You surround yourself with people who display qualities you want more of.
  • You don”™t surround yourself with people who bring you down.
  • You add value to people”™s lives through giving, whether that”™s through making introductions, inviting them to events or keeping up with milestones in their lives.
  • You don”™t expect anything in return.
  • You value the connections you make and aim to nurture them on an ongoing basis.
  • You have a team mentality and understand that whatever you do affects the entire team so you give your best.
  • You look for opportunities to improve a process in order to become more efficient.
  • You address areas that aren”™t working immediately, rather than constantly doing the same thing wrong.
  • You don”™t expect that someone will sit next to you and train you, you train yourself by displaying the above value.
  • You see the positive in all changes and identify the opportunities.
  • You accept nothing less than progression in all areas of your life. If you stay the same, you are not happy.