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Cultivate Avodah

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Avodah, a beautiful ancient Hebrew word. It means many things throughout ancient scripture including work, worship, service, craftsmanship and ministry. Avodah encompasses every aspect of human life. Avodah pushes forth the beautiful notion that all of life is of one fabric. We do not live in silos of home vs work time anymore. A bad day at work impacts home. And a sick child at home of course impacts our work. By treating all of our lives as worship and trying to craft every day into a masterpiece, we are building a culture that is imperfect, but full of hope, promise, collaboration, and innovation.
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Collaboration

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We find organizations with a culture that promotes collaboration are a lot of fun to work with.  We believe in partnerships.  You never know when shaking your eggs with others can lead to a flourishing relationship.  Click here to read more in an article from founder Casey Cook. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/collaborating-yakuza-mafia-casey-cook?trk=mp-reader-card
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Balance Rejection

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One of our pillars at CCM is to celebrate that sometimes we are not the right fit for our client. For every “No” that we receive, we understand that we are one step closer to our next partnership. For every meeting where we do not gain a client, we have started a relationship and impacted lived. Embracing rejection gives us the opportunity to assess and grow in the way we do business. And many times, the “no” this year turns into a rewarding relationship the next time around.
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Human Flourishing

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We believe our job description is to promote human flourishing.  At CloudControlMedia, our dominion extends to the clients we have earned, and thus to our clients consumers.  If we do our work right, our clients flourish, as do their consumers.  When we do that, we flourish too as a company, as do the associates of CloudControlMedia and our families.  Having dominion, using that dominion for good.  Human Flourishing.
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