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Many years ago, I saw a plaque hanging in the lobby of a local manufacturer I did business with. The owner was a member of Rotary International, and the plaque listed the guiding principles of Rotary. They listed a Four Way Test as an ethical guide for Rotarians to use in all their decisions and relationships, business and personal. It said:
Of the things we think, say or do
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
This made so much sense to me, I have thought of it over and over throughout the years. My team and I believe it is totally possible for all parties involved to be mutually benefitted. It is our commitment to create a place where everyone wins.
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Debra Woods, Founder & Owner
Debra's creative genius is the engine behind LatterdayVillage. As an entrepreneur, she developed innovative ways to bring teaching resources to latter-day saints around the world in a commercial, for-profit business that blesses the lives of everyone involved. Debra loves to use her various talents and skills in this work as an artist, writer, web-master, and business woman. She loves working with her team of talented artists, designers, curriculum writers, developers and administrators in a synergistic approach that inspires all involved.
Debra grew up in the Village of Oxford, Ohio, one of the most charming little university towns in the world. She hopes to grow and spread the sense of a close community to the worldwide LDS social culture, and contribute to building the kingdom of God on earth.