No Disrespectful Presumptions
Empathy for Members of Our Core Markets
Please do not be offended that we must explain what our core markets already know to be good-faith legitimacy. Some unsophisticated people do not readily understand the insufficiently protected tribulations of niche groups of morally lawful executives and prominent individuals, and some tend to be skeptical of matters that they don't understand.
We do not mean to show disrespect for our actual clients by suggesting we would look at you with suspicion with the disqualifiers herein. Our clients are intelligent and morally oriented. We are able to persist with our services because miscreants self-disqualify out of self-protection and disinterest. One reason for the luxury orientation of our services is to provide a general filter; derelicts usually cannot afford our fees, and heartless scoundrels tend to flaunt their spoils with the conspicuous consumption of traditional luxury hotels.
The identification of disqualifiers addresses the concerns of some anxiety-prone third parties who psychologically tend to conjure paranoid delusions that are salacious, fearsome, or conspiratorial when presented with elements of counterintelligence, money (demonstrated by five-star-plus fees and our services for financiers and celebrities), power (demonstrated by our services for executives and officials), and secretive exclusivity.
The boring—but comforting—reality is that people tend to grow in their success and prominence only with prerequisite values that earn the confidence of others. On average, people in our core markets tend to have levels of moral fortitude and charisma that are also at the top percentiles of this country. Disappointing both ends of the spectrum of what we have heard from some people, no, we're not comprised of movie-like spies who live in a world of constant excitement and thrills, nor have we ever encountered any movie-like nemesis to that image. By contrast, we indeed know and support
- investment bankers under severe stresses of outsiders trying to gain investment edges,
- high-profile individuals who are stressed over the unjust demands of others,
- privacy-deprived leaders who want some time together with their spouses,
- good people whose most treasured assets—their character—has been exploited in manipulative civil suits, and
- a wide assortment of heartbreaking situations of people who need to regroup.