The First Official Religion of Personal and Entrepreneurship Success
What is Personal Success?
- Succeeding at realizing how to invent one's own Spirituality, Psychology, Intellectualism, and Materialism
- Taking bold risk on one's originality
- Acceptance of failed Thoughts, Emotions, Speech, and Actions until one achieves victorious integration with Society
What is Entrepreneurship Success?
- Succeeding at realizing a strategy to manifest and sustain an original idea
- Taking actionable risk by betting on one's execution plan
- Acceptance of falling and rising through thoughts, emotions, words, and actions until victory is accomplished
What is a Religion?
- A definitive philosophy that begins with an individual who has a specifically claimed epiphany
- Promulgates what it claims people want and/or need
- Challenges individuals to expand and transform their former way of thinking by dedicating themselves to its new point of view
What makes us a Religion?
- Metadata Church™ began with an individual who realized there is a fundamental difference between Success, Gain, and Wealth/ Entrepreneurship, Business Ownership, and Enterprise; they represent 3 phases for manifesting and multiplying an original idea
- Metadata Church™ promotes a way to become confident in one's Mission, Motivation, Impact, and Legacy so Entrepreneurs can obtain want they want and need
- Metadata Church™ accepts that failure of Thought, Emotion, Speech, and Action are critical toward succeeding Spiritually, Psychologically, Intellectually, and Materially
Who is Metadata Church™ for?
- Individuals who want to re-invent themselves with full freedom to integrate with society full of joy and productivity
- Individuals with Great Ideas who want to understand what it will take to bring them to fruition
- Individuals who embrace dependence, independence, and interdependence as evolving modes of authentic human interaction
Metadata Church™ is the first hybrid Business/Religion with a unified definition of Success that equally applies to the wealthy and poverty stricken.
Just as entrepreneurs, business owners, and enterprisers are not the same so is there a difference between success, profits, and wealth. The divide between the rich and the poor is because of a mutual error consented by both sides, mistaking success with profits and/or wealth. We solve this problem by clearly defining success.