Mission: To teach, inspire, and assist citizens to write plans for life and use best-self leadership principles to flourish with freedoms.

The original Mission Statement of the Personal Leadership Association (1991-1992): To improve ourselves to improve our world.

“I wish my school helped me develop a plan for life.”
– over 90% of alumni surveyed

“The seminars are inspiring.” 
– Tonya Rodrigue

“Keep going. People need this. I am sharing what I learn with pastors in Kenya.” 
– Bishop Dr. Bernard Omukubah

What’s Your Calling?

Dream it. Plan it. Do it.

Life Leaders is for those who want to “be, know, and do” closer to our best-selves and help others do the same to flourish at our callings. We provide programs to advance citizens, cities, and country.


  • We empower students, veterans making comebacks, and the public to flourish at their callings with plans for the 7 Areas of Life and Best Practices for Life Leadership.
  • We are a resource for leaders who serve students, teachers, veterans, and professionals who earn empowerment even when no one is looking.
  • We serve our city and state to plan, work, brand for national contributions to freedom.
  • We do our best and help others do their best—with balance.
  • We create opportunities and support for people who care about ongoing improvement—for themselves, their families, organizations and world.
  • We learn from and enjoy our associations with each other—sources of knowledge, example, inspiration, and friendship.
  • We look for ideas to share and for ways to help serve and mentor each other.
  • We participate enthusiastically in our activities to learn from the experiences, build understanding relationships, and strengthen the foundation of our organization.
  • We care about other persons and share our experiences with family and friends.
  • We have an impact—on our lives, on others, on the world beyond!


  • People can continually improve and empower themselves if educated, enlightened and encouraged with positive principles and practices that help them lead significant lives.
  • Systems should be designed to support individual development and empowerment to support organizational values and goals.
  • If we the people improve ourselves and the systems that support personal and organizational excellence, we can love and serve others more meaningfully, thus improving our world.

Values within 7 Areas of Life


  • Inspiration
  • Integrity
  • Improvement
  • Leadership
  • Planning
  • Learning
  • Creativity
  • Renewal
  • Transformation
  • Stewardship
  • Trustworthiness


  • Health
  • Energy


  • Security
  • Strength
  • Freedom


  • Volunteerism
  • Contribution


  • Education
  • Training
  • Servant Leadership
  • Empowerment
  • Supportive Systems


  • Trust
  • Caring
  • Sharing
  • Love
  • Encouragement
  • Mentoring
  • Partnerships
  • Cooperation
  • Communication
  • Synergy


  • Prayer
  • Stewardship
  • Eternal significance
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