From the desk of Jane Wachiradejkul
My Vision is the converge of five elements:
People, Relationships, Trust, Values and Impact
My direction comes from within, from my own Principles and Values. My resolution is to connect my business goals with Personal Values. Vision inspires passion, motivation and commitment to deliver results that exceed expectations. To think distinctively and execute strategically. Opportunities lead to possibilities.
From a business perspective, we look at a company’s vision, mission, leadership team, business plan, strategy, financials, and projections. From a personal perspective, I look at the PEOPLE who have the potential to make the world a better place. It’s clear that participation in making the world better has become a non-negotiable commitment and responsibility.
I believe People and Relationships always come first! I’ve stayed laser-focused on building a culture of meaningful relationships and partnerships in my business. Strong relationships are the backbone of sustainable business. I strive to build relationships based on TRUST, VALUES, DEDICATION, and INTEGRITY.
As my business grows, so does my involvement in philanthropy. I believe that anyone can be a philanthropist, regardless of status or net worth. Be a voice for causes you care about. Be a Leader for the change that you want to see in the world. Be a part of something bigger than yourself. Help achieve that larger purpose. Find your True Purpose. Find People of Value. Find your Act of Giving.
I truly believe: “Try not to Become a Person of Success, but Rather try to Become a Person of Value” —Albert Einstein
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