We are very excited to be able to get together again with our Symmetry family at the beginning of November.
The purpose is to learn about Leadership and be immersed among some of the most amazing leaders we have had the opportunity to meet. Our company is located in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina and I can't believe I'm saying this, but I'm happy it should be peak autumn color! (Having lived in Vermont, I had an attitude toward the "leaf peepers" who invaded and wreaked havoc on my daily commute to work. Oh how life changes!)
One of the things that truly has endeared us to SFG, is their focus on giving to others. In the past couple of weeks most of our leadership and other qualifiers spent time in Puerto Rico at a world-class resort. But, they didn't leave it there...they spent hours helping to clear debris from the devastation from hurricane Mariawhich is still impacting living conditions on the island.
When Symmetry announced that once again, it was time to help the Make-a-Wish Foundation, we couldn't wait to help. Personally, we can't imagine anything being more important than our family, especially our little guys, two pumpkin-patching above. Having to deal with life threatening diseases takes so much from the lives of the children and families affected. In comes Make-a-Wish and the stories are incredible.
Please take a look at Ashwani's story below because the true value of a donation to this organization is in the hope for the future and the strength for today, for the child and the family.
If you are as moved as we are we have created a donation page. I am very inspired that our 6-year old granddaughter is offering half of her piggy bank savings for the cause!
We are passionate about this business, serving and enabling people to protect what they value most.Our tools maybe insurance, but that's only half of the story. We are a business of People. Focused on developing strong leaders and team members who can become their very best. People who serve their customers and teams like family.
We hope we give you food for thought, maybe a laugh, and a reflection of the life we see.