A Noble Purpose


More and more businesses are understanding the power of purpose – and the best companies are very clear about their purpose.

A clear purpose can help filter out activities that are unnecessary to long-term business success.  It can also provide a focus for the things that are – acting like a beacon on which everyone can focus.

A corporate purpose should be clear.  It should also be conscious or front of mind, stated publicly, and widely promoted.

Ideally, it would also be noble – or be underpinned by a noble intent.

One way to inject nobility into corporate purpose is to incorporate the idea of serving society.  For example, ‘our purpose is to serve society by …… ‘

SFT Protocols provide a powerful way to achieve the clarity necessary to define a noble purpose, align a team with that purpose, and remove any blockages impeding its successful pursuit.

They also help executives remove all blockages to their optimal success, unlock their full potential, and enhance their experience of life.  The benefits of using the SFT Protocols include greater focus, a higher level of productivity and ultimately, enhanced business performance.


Readers might like to experience this for themselves …

Say each statement three times while tapping on the top of your head, a fourth time while tapping on your chest, and a fifth time while tapping on your abdomen.


All blockages to initiating and activating my most noble purpose is removed; in all moments

My highest noble purpose is aligned with the highest noble purpose of my career path; in all moments

All ignoble intentions that prevent me from living my  highest purpose are removed; in all moments

All blockages to me advancing my career through a trajectory of noble intentions are removed; in all moments

All noble intentions are aligned with my personal and professional Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Health, Success and wholeness; in all moments

All fear of living my optimal success is removed; in all moments

My life and career are centered and empowered in tending to my most noble optimal success; in all moments

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