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The Danz family has been working together for approximately 30 years. Over the last 10 years things have been very difficult as they approached succession planning and they had three misfires that caused the family and company a considerable amount of frustration. For the last four years the father and the oldest son have been working side-by-side but have not spoken a word despite the fact they work in a relatively small business. As a result of their common vision they were able to turn things around both for their business as well as their family relationship. Essentially the family began to build on a strong core of family values of generosity and appreciation for each other's gifts. From an individual perspective, the father has been overwhelmed to some extent by his success and saw himself as being blessed by God's abundance. He was eager to be nourished by giving back. Currently the dad is involved in a lot of community projects behind the scenes to assist people less fortunate. His individual vision and kything are shown here.


In our family and business we promote respect, honesty, fairness and encourage an environment that is loyal and unified. At the heart of our vision is our commitment to generosity, quality, and an appreciation of each other's gifts. As a hard-working and dedicated family, we communicate and celebrate our spirituality.
Prayer for Loving Kindness
May our family be filled with loving kindness
May we be well
May our family be peaceful and at ease
May our family be happy


I and my family are blessed by God's abundance. I am nourished by giving back.


May (wife) be inspired by God's generous live.

May (son #2) inspire those he works with to achieve their highest potential.

May (daughter-in-law) experience the gifts of her life and the joy of nurturing God's love in her family.

May (son #1) continue the feeling of contentment and appreciation for the blessings in his life regarding family and business.

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