Is The Promise a Religious Message?


I received an interesting statement from a friend the other day.  He asked, “I thought The Promise was for religious audiences only.”

He was surprised I would go with a word – PROMISE – that is generally reserved for spiritual, religious, and very personal matters.

Upon creating The Promise I wasn’t thinking along those lines, but actually yes, to be honest, it can go whatever direction you want it to go.

The concept of The Promise is so simple that it almost seems too basic – and thus it is constantly overlooked.

Fact is, imagine if every company made a promise and kept it to you, and actually lived their Mission Statement?

What if every Employee actually kept their promise they made upon being hired and became as good as you hoped they’d become?

How cool would it be if every team at work became as trusting and caring as a Family and kept the promise of giving each person their shot at doing their best, trusted for amazing work?

And what if you kept every promise to yourself?

Sure, these could be religious concepts, spiritual and of a very powerful self-help nature.  But in this case the truth is this: A promise kept in the world of business is so rare it is the kind of message every person needs to be reminded of over and over and over.  Same with the spiritual side, personal, and so forth.  Your choice as to where you want to implement it.

And that’s the reason for The Promise.



~ jason hewlett

Jason Hewlett, CSP (Certified Speaking Professional), CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame, is a Keynote Speaker for the largest corporate events in the world. His primary message, The Promise, is essential for Leadership, Management, Sales, Marketing, Direct-Sales Companies, and is a combination of engagement and entertainment meets inspiration.  Jason has even received standing ovations from IT guys.  He has been acknowledged as life-changing by Conference Attendees, C-Level Executives and Hollywood Elite.

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