Are you intentional?


The Law of Intentionality

The word intention comes from the Latin intentio, which means to try. Trying something is fine, but trying without strategy will end in failure. Intentionality leads you to action, thoughtful action which is the result of preparation. When you add intentionality to the equation of what you want to achieve, you are adding capacity, aptitude, dexterity, knowledge, ingenuity and many more resources that can be learned.

To create strategy you need to learn and prepare. You need to first invest in your personal growth. Your personal growth determines the level of success in achieving your dreams, goals, or aspirations. Personal growth expands your knowledge and skills to carry out your plans successfully.

Decide to invest in your growth, decide to add intentionality to everything you do in your life, expand your vision and start being a person of action.

Do you want to move from intention to action?

Register now! Choose the course that most interests you.

Invest in your personal growth and decide to live with intentionality!

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If you can change the way you think, you can change your life!

Do you know that the decisions you make are according to the options you know?

Your expectations and choices depend on what you expose yourself to. Your options are limited by your knowledge and understanding. On the other hand, the more you expand your knowledge and understanding, the more options you will have!

As your mind expands, your vision expands, and your vision is what determines your destiny. Be certain of this, you can obtain what you envision!

Have you seen the movie "The Pursuit of Happyness", based on the astounding true story of millionaire investment broker, Chris Gardner? Gardner, played by Will Smith, was going through difficult and impoverished times. One day, he began to see how some people lived in abundance. So tired of his lifestyle, he became determined to pull out of the hole where he was stuck both financially and professionally, and for the sake of his young son. He decided to break out of the limitations that surrounded him.

We see in the movie how he persevered until he attained what he had envisioned. He thought, if others could do it, he could too. When he became inspired, he worked hard to make it happen. Impossibilities became possibilities because he changed his perspective.


Your future depends on the way you think. How are you going to achieve something you do not envision? By acquiring knowledge and understanding!

We invite you to participate in the next bi-monthly courses of our University of Social Architecture so that you can expand your vision and be more effective.

Register now! The course begins on April 29th and ends on June 23th.

Note: If you are a new UAS student, we recommend you start with the course, "New Identity in Christ". However, you have the option to take whichever course you desire.

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Discover who you really are!

We all want to know who we really are, how we are wired, why we do what we do, and how to become a better person. If I know who I am, it helps me understand what my highest and best contribution in this world should be. It also helps me recognize and understand how others are innately wired, and helps improve the way I relate to others. Starting at home, in my relationship with my spouse, children, family and friends. I learn how to honor their unique contributions. FREE CVI.001 2.jpeg In the course "Discover your Innate Core Values", you will learn how you have been created and how your unique Human Operating System works. Your will discover your Innate Core Values that represent your contributions God has created you with. Contributions He wants you to maximize and use.

You will also learn to see and control your deepest fears. Fears that trigger you to step into your conflict strategies. You will learn about your unique learning style, unique from any other.

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It will provide so many answers to questions you have, and provide a guide for what you were created to do. This understanding will help you find the perfect place for you to work in. That unique place in society that you were created for. It will lead you to personal excellence and help you live a fulfilled life, your place of your highest and best contribution in this world.

The University for Societal Architecture has the enormous privilege to work together with Mr. Lynn Taylor, the founder of Taylor Protocols Inc.™ who created the CVI™ in his turn-around management business.

The Core Value Index™ (CVI™) is a revolutionary assessment tool that reveals the innate nature of a person and their core motivational drivers. The CVI™ provides a 97% repeat-score reliability, year over year.

You can take the FREE Core Values Index Assessment and discover your unique innate core value minutes. You will be amazed at its accuracy. (As part of the course fee we will upgrade your free CVI™ to the Comprehensive CVI™ ($50 value))

Take advantage of this unique opportunity and discover who you really are.

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The First 2017 Graduating Class of the University of Societal Architecture

The First 2017 Graduating Class of the University of Societal Architecture

The First 2017 Graduating Class of the University of Societal Architecture

What a celebration it was when we met each other face to face for the first time, listening to each other’s life’s story, and celebrating the enormous effort and accomplishment of each student.

Riding the Wave of Momentum

Riding the Wave of Momentum

Every leader has survived seasons of life when they have invested large amounts of energy with small rates of return.  It is in those seasons that many grow discouraged and believe “this is just the way it is” or they give up completely. There is another group of leaders, however, who continue to invest unwaveringly as they move into a momentum that generates a large rate of return with much less effort.  This is often referred to as the tipping point.

Why do we call these videos “Tribe”?

Why do we call these videos “Tribe”?

The concept of “tribe” is defined as a form of social organization whose members come together to share one mind, ideas, or goals. It is a natural process where people want to fall in line for a common good. As believers and according to God’s call in our lives, we can unite to bring changes in different areas of society.

Powerful Positioning

Powerful Positioning

I would love to be four inches taller! I mean, my seven-year-old grandson is almost as tall as me! I would be so happy to have the beauty and body I enjoyed when I was 21 so I wouldn’t have to “spackle, prime and paint” my face and cover the gray in my chemically-dependent hair. Oh, how I would love to time-travel to my past with my present understanding, go through the doors that my shame and fears kept me from, and refuse to do the things that were seeded from the pressure of people

Positive Conflict Strategies

Positive Conflict Strategies

Leadership is conceived from intrinsic vision and purpose-driven motivation that influences others to partner together. I have never lacked in inspired vision or the willingness to pay the price to accomplish it. However, I have never embarked on a journey that was absent of conflict, surprises or setbacks. Growth and change inevitably bring conflict. Conflict invites emotional responses that could either sabotage or empower any worthwhile endeavor.

Navigating Inevitable Conflicts

Navigating Inevitable Conflicts

As much as we try to escape it, conflict is a part of life. It is connected to every journey we undertake and every relationship that we will have. The beautiful flipside is that we can actually profit from conflict if we utilize it as a resource to catapult us forward for personal, relational and corporate growth. I personally have learned so much from seasons of conflict because my decision was to become better instead of bitter and build positive memory out of negative circumstances.