Intentions Work focuses on helping individuals live a more purposeful and meaningful life. If you’re a person who is a seeker, are looking for meaning and purpose and are looking for something different, you’ve made it to the right place. We offer a variety of tools for self-discovery, growth and enlightenment. I use the Transformation Game® as my primary way to share insights through a facilitated experience that helps people grow spiritually at their own pace, because I believe that as we grow on our path to higher consciousness and connect with each other, we will collectively make a difference in the world.
Intentions Work is a division of Bottom Line 3 Marketing, Inc. a Texas-based S Corporation that also operates By the Grace of Tea, a gourmet tea company.
Spoken Bottom Line to the third power Marketing this work concentrates on strategy services based on the business philosophy, Triple Bottom Line (TBL), thus the name Bottom Line 3. TBL states that every organization has three bottom lines: people, planet and profit. While traditional businesses focus on and by law are mandated to concentrate on the profit bottom line, research shows that dollar profits are improved when the people and planet bottom lines are also respected. To learn more about CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) ESG (Environment, Sustainability and Governance) read what the Business Roundtable published in 2019 about the evolving role of business in these areas. BR’s “Statement of Purpose” can be found here.
By the Grace of Tea is an online, gourmet tea shop that offers a small, yet delicious assortment of teas, as well as gifts and accessories for your tea experience, also know as acoutremonts. The ritual of tea is intimate and often shared and it’s a way for us to connect to others, to ourselves and even to a particular moment. It can be very intentional and relaxing. The company was started as a way to help people come together for connection and conversation.
Its mission is to connect people to the joys of tea and the conversations it invites.
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