Core Values

Core Value #1: Failure

Foreman Therapy Services would not exist today without Failure.  I really believe that failure is a key ingredient to any successful business.  A quote that I love is “Failure is not the opposite of Success, it’s a part of Success”. So many people view failure as a Stop Sign.  Meaning, that because a person fails at something, it means they should stop and turn the other way. If I took that position on Failure, I would have shut FTS down 3 months in.  The timeline of our company has been failure after failure with success, then more failure... Read More

Core Value #2: Hard Work is Enough

Hard Work is enough.  This is a statement that a lot of people say, but very few actually believe.  Foreman Therapy Services was built by Hard Work and nothing else.  We have never had any capital, never had any experience, and never had any connections.  All we had was our work ethic, and fortunately, that is enough.  FTS is simply the end-product of a large group of people working toward a unified cause, that truly believe that hard work is enough... Read More

Core Value #3: Be a Problem Solver, not a Complainer

Problem solving is the foundation of Foreman Therapy Services.  We hope that FTS solves a problem for many of our customers, and we try to create a problem-solving environment amongst our staff.  My job as CEO, is to make sure that our company continues to solve our customer’s problems.  With that said, I know the best way to do that, is to train up our staff to be problem-solvers... Read More

Core Value #4: Move Fast and be Action Oriented

Action is what separates us from 99% of the field.  And if we move fast, we will be at the finish line before most companies leave the starting blocks.  Foreman Therapy Services is never going to be the company that talks about doing certain things, we’re going to be the company that actually does them.  It is amazing how many great ideas sit on the sidelines, because the author fails to take action... Read More

Core Value #5: Accountability

Responsibility is simply having tasks assigned to you.  Accountability is actually completing those tasks.  Everyone should be held accountable for the responsibilities that have been assigned to them.  Even though this sounds like such a simple thing, this is something that really makes or breaks a business.  At FTS, our path will be defined by what we do, but also what we don’t do.  Companies are NOT built by people taking on a lot of responsibility.  Companies are built by those people being accountable for those responsibilities... Read More