“Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic. Power at its best is love implementing the demands of justice, and justice at its best is power correcting everything that stands against love.” – Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr.

Think. Do. Repeat. was founded by Elissa Perry to help people and groups of people be better at what they do.  We work primarily with individuals and organizations driven by a social mission and we believe firmly in the need for cross-sector collaboration as well as the need for leadership that is transformative, adaptive and of service to the world.  We have deep experience in nonprofits, education and the arts and combine successful models and approaches from multiple sectors and organizational types to achieve results and make a difference.

We are driven by the simplicity on the other side of complexity as well as by the values of human dignity, creativity and global justice and seek to embody these values in all of our initiatives and places of learning and working.

A cycled process gives us greater stretch.

Recent clients and projects include:

  • Alliance for Arts Learning Leadership – Organizational Development & Communications Planning
  • TCC Group/Irvine Foundation’s Strengthening Organizations to Mobilize California Initiative – Developing Leaderful Organizations
  • Saint Mary’s College of California’s Leadership Studies Programs – Organizational Development & Planning
  • Individual Leaders – Values & Leadership Coaching

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