HOPE Alliance exists to teach and coach people seeking purpose and excellence in what they do, no matter what that may be.
HOPE Alliance is a learning and coaching service for anyone who needs to know how to do things differently for a purpose right now. It's a tool for people who need to be better at how they do what they do.
HOPE Alliance is a learning and coaching support collective for high performance people looking for an even sharper edge than they already have, and anyone else aspiring to find an edge. It's based on the principle that the answers to being better are nearly always present for those willing to work hard to be their best, they just need a different lens to see them.
HOPE Alliance bridges the gap between knowing how to live happily, purposefully, and productively as individuals and team members with the skills and knowledge to actually making it happen. It taps into timeless wisdom that shall not be forgotten if we are to thrive in the ever-changing world together. In simultaneous form, HOPE Alliance carefully and thoughtfully embraces what we as intelligent humans should have already learned and internalized about living purposefully and productively with what has yet to be discovered and has the potential to be leveraged toward optimizing purpose and productivity moving forward.
Viktor Frankl called it purpose in logotherapy. I call it action, but nonetheless hope without action is wishful thinking. HOPE Alliance shows people and teachers people how hope can be made actionable.
As a noun, hope is...
the feeling that what is wanted can be had or that events will turn out for the best: to give up hope.
a particular instance of this feeling: the hope of winning.
HOPE Alliance nurtures the feeling that what is wanted can be had and that things will turn out for the best by leveraging hope as a verb... to look forward, believe, desire, trust, and feel intentionally that a willingness to engage; to "jump off"... will be all that is required.
verb (used with object), hoped, hop·ing.
to look forward to with desire and reasonable confidence.
to believe, desire, or trust: I hope that my work will be satisfactory.
verb (used without object), hoped, hop·ing.
to feel that something desired may happen: We hope for an early spring.
Archaic. to place trust; rely (usually followed by in).
In Andrew Razeghi's book, "Hope- How Triumphant leaders Create the Future," he describes the process of engaging a little or a lot as either jumping off the curb, or jumping off the cliff. A small leap of faith, or a large leap of faith is still an actionable leap of faith. Many of us take a leap of faith every day, and depending on our relative experiences and perspective toward life and learning, either can feel like a very big deal to any given individual... it's all relative.