While there really is no bright dividing line between the “Three Philosophical Pillars” and in truth they tend to blend and flow into each other, each aligned with and supporting the others. “Mission Statements” tend to be outward; our commitment as Team Members to each other and to our Customers. “Why” relates more to every Team Member’s human need to find a deeper purpose in our daily tasks and “Our Noble Cause” is in essence an organizational “Why”.

Our Mission Statement

Proudly Making Your Home the Heart of our Business

Our “Why”

Our Residents entrust TCC’s Team Members with their homes and in accepting that responsibility TCC Team Members shoulder a deep duty and the doing so gives meaningful purpose to our work. The one thing we all share in common, no matter our race, our origin, our religion or beliefs is that we all want and need a place to call home. For home is more than just a dwelling, it is a heart-felt feeling, a place of sanctuary, both physical and emotional. Home is a place where we rest and renew ourselves at the end of the day, where we invite our loved ones and best friends and form deep bonds. Home truly is where the heart is. Being confided with providing our Customers homes imposes a serious obligation which we willingly accept for the spiritual significance it imparts to our daily tasks.

Our Noble Cause

Just as we as individuals need a Why, a purpose beyond the mundane, so do well-run organizations. The Collier Companies aspires to be a different kind of business, focused on Stewardship, Main Street values and Principled Profit, respecting the Social Contract and Honoring all Stakeholders. We are unabashedly entrepreneurial, fixated on creating prosperity and harvesting value by investing for the long haul and hoping by our honest endeavors we make the world a bit better for all.

Closing Quotes:

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Aristotle, 384 BC-322 BC

“Motivation is not permanent. But then, neither is bathing; it is something you must do on a regular basis.” – Zig Ziglar

“As a single footstep will not make a path on the earth, so a single thought will not make a pathway in the mind. To make a deep physical path, we walk again and again. To make a deep mental path, we must think over and over the kind of thoughts we wish to dominate our lives.” – Henry David Thoreau

As always, I share what I most want and need to learn. – Nathan S. Collier