We seek a future of work in which faith powers agility, hope defines prosperity, and love is the greatest asset.
While some see it as fantasy, we simply believe it is the only viable future for the Earth and for us all.
To get there, we nurture, “self-hospitality,” in working professionals.
What is, “Self-hospitality?”
Self-hospitality is the practice of appreciating and respecting the presence of others, the Earth, and oneself.
Key aspects of self-hospitality are in its acknowledging life’s cyclical nature:
- One takes the initiative to acknowledge one’s own worth – despite what others may do or say.
- But, because of this, one is also sensitive to what others may do or say – because we all ultimately live together.
Self-hospitality, in its intent to repair the relationship between work and soul, is the precursor to:
- ESG & CSR
- Labor unionization
- Design thinking
- Governmental intervention
Soultel was founded by James J. Kang, as a project of PASTORIA.
The idea for Soultel partly originated from the analysis presented in The Great Merging by Rafat Ali of Skift.
James has been in the practice of making meaning and caring for the soul, in light of one’s career, for over a decade. He, like his father, earned a Master of Divinity (M.Div) from Claremont School of Theology.