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Simply stated,

 the vision of sift  

is to restore intention.

In this day and age of super-speed everything, it is very difficult to slow down long enough to be intentional in our lives. 


Helping others restore intention within their lives is my personal passion.  It is the why behind the what of sift  .


Whether it is by offering organizational support or virtual assistant solutions for the home, office, time or mind, it is my desire that sift  would become a platform to help others isolate that which is essential so that intentionality may be restored.


To help others create

simplicity and intentionality through writing and speaking,   

and by offering strategic operational and organizational solutions.


It is my passion is to help others free themselves of redundancies and unessentials, allowing them the space and pace  to intentionally steward their time, talent and treasures.

The mission is the what and how 

behind the vision of sift


If the mission is accomplished,

I believe the vision will surface.  

Beware the barrenness of a busy life.

~ Socrates


Whether restoring the intentionality of a physical space or restoring intention through ideation and written communication, it is my aim to systematically work side by side with you in order to discuss your desired aim. 


In essence, I ask many questions that work much like a strainer, allowing the unessentials to fall away and the essentials  (the intention)  to remain.

The analogy of a strainer just might help explain the vision behind S i f t . . .

The word, "Intention", literally means,

"a state of being strained." 

INTENTION:  A state of being strained

You might find it interesting that the word, "Intention", literally means, "a state of being strained." 


The thought of being placed in a colander and sloshed around until the unnecessary and even harmful falls away does not sound very appealing until you remember  the purpose of a strainer  -  to let the unessential fall away so that the essential might remain - restoring intention . . .


The core values of S i f t  embody what I personally value, and thus refer

to the governing principles of how I value people via the services offered through S i f t .

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