The Ten Brave Ways was created as a filter for both business and life, and to attract the right clients and people. It's painted on a massive wall within the agency, but it servers a greater purpose that goes beyond David&Goliath. To inspire employees to be the best version of themselves, to face challenges head on, and to live their truth every single day.
One of the most prominent fixtures in our agency is our Wall of Goliaths. It consists of over 180 picture frames showcasing individual employees’ fears. They range from a fear of public speaking to dancing to climbing one of the world’s highest mountains. Every employee who works here is asked to put one up on the wall to serve as daily reminders of what they need to overcome in order to achieve greatness.
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It’s Brave to live your truth. So when the Supreme Court favored a Colorado baker who said no to baking a wedding cake for a gay couple, we said yes to supporting LGBTQIA and celebrated Pride Month, hosting Cake For All. We decorated cakes, donated by LA bakeries, with words of unity that were captured and shared in Pride colors on Instagram.
So honored Today, I’m Brave could play a role in this inspiring initiative which helps build sustainable roofs in hurricane stricken Puerto Rico through an apprenticeship program that teaches locals how to rebuild roofs for themselves and their communities. Thank you Rosie Perez, Ramon Rodriquez, and HEART 9/11 for leading the way.
Over 20 years ago, our agency founder received an unmarked postcard with a quote: Do What You Fear. Watch It Disappear. Inspired by this sentiment, he put it on his refrigerator and followed it anytime he was presented with a challenge. So, it was only fitting that he put it on one of the doors at D&G to serve as a daily reminder to the entire agency that fear is nothing but a temporary illusion.