What are the most valuable things you’ve learned while working with The So Cal Group?

  • “Some of the most valuable things I’ve learned from my time at The So Cal Group  have been communication in a business setting, negotiation with business owners, public speaking, goal setting, priority management, problem solving, sales training, and leadership training.” -Nick
  • “I would have to say professional business skills and work ethic.” -Mehmet
  •  “Some of the most valuable things I learned at The So Cal Group have been from the book club, one on one coaching, Franklin Covey training, DISC profiling, and situational leadership training.” -Sandy
  • “At The So Cal Group, one of the most valuable lessons I’ve learned is that your ability to communicate effectively and efficiently can take you far in many aspects of life.” -Anthony
  • “While working with The So Cal Group, I have learned how to better manage my time and the value of a solid work ethic.” -Julius
  • “I have learned the importance of team work and giving back. I’ve grown generally in every way.” -Shane
  • “The So Cal Group has taught me the value of work ethic and goal setting.” -Darryl
  • “One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned in my time here is servant leadership. Additionally, having excelled through the organization as a leader, I have had the great opportunity to teach others how to “Sharpen the Saw” (improve themselves), and maximize their ability to learn, by removing fear from the equation. As George Bernard Shaw once said, “Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” When you remove fear from your life, we not only have peace, but control our own destiny.” -Bobby

How does The So Cal Group encourage you to “give back” to the community?

  • “The So Cal Group gives many opportunities to participate in non-profit events including The Boys and Girls Club, Operation Smile, canned food drives, and feeding the homeless on Skid Row.” -Nick
  • “The So Cal Group regularly organizes and participates in events giving back to the community. One of my favorites has been working with The Boys and Girls Club. With trips to Six Flags, volunteering at their community center, serving Thanksgiving dinner to them with the Lakers, or volunteering at their annual Silent Auction and Fundraiser Gala- it’s always nice to make an impact on the youth of the community.” -Sandy
  • “The So Cal Group teaches you the value of being a good community member. The feeling of helping someone out always boosts your confidence. It makes you want to continue helping elsewhere.” -Steven

What type of person would thrive at The So Cal Group?

  • “The type of person that would thrive at The So Cal Group is someone that constantly likes to grow and learn new things on a daily basis.” -Molly
  • “The type of person who would thrive at The So Cal Group is a go getter with a sports background that wants to move through a company based on performance. It’s great for someone who wants to learn business.” -Nick
  • “The type of person who would thrive in The So Cal Group’s Leadership Development Program is competitive, driven, and social. I think it’s most important that the person has a good student mentality and is hungry to learn. Someone that wants a challenge and an opportunity to grow will definitely get that here.” -Sandy
  • “A person who wants an opportunity that is solely based on them– in other words a hard-working, self-motivated, sharp person.” -Anthony
  • “A driven, motivated person would thrive at The So Cal Group; someone who wants more in life.” -Shane

How have you participated in giving back with The So Cal Group, and what have you learned from those experiences?

  •  “I participated in giving food to the homeless on Skid Row, Fundraising for CHOC, and also a Thanksgiving food drive for needy families and I realized what an impact even a small group can make” -Nick
  • “I’ve participated in many of The So Cal Group’s Giving Back events: Feeding Skid Row; Fundraising for CHOC; Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure; Serving Thanksgiving to The Boys and Girls Club; charity basketball, volleyball and dodge ball tournaments; and volunteering for several years at The Boys and Girls Club Silent Auction and Gala. What I’ve learned is the importance of using our time, energy and resources for good in the community.” -Sandy
  • “I have participated in both events last fall (canned food drive and toy drive) and to see the joy on a child’s face when they receive a toy on Christmas is priceless. And I believe that if you have money and resources, it is your duty to give back to the community.” –Westin