Sprious Core Values and What They Mean to Us

At Sprious, we know that we have a great opportunity to improve the quality of life of our team members. That’s why we put our team at the center of our mission, vision and core values.

We’re a team – a family – working toward a common goal and creating something beautiful together. As a purpose driven organization, we strive to think big, struggle well, and create beautiful, life-enriching companies. We aim to do this while enjoying our work together. It’s not uncommon to find our team joking, laughing, or poking fun at each other. This is a lighter and more simple explanation of the general ethos felt around the office.

With that being said – our culture goes beyond what’s on the surface and is exhibited much more tangible ways. From “showing up” every day, to the framework for that is found in our core values that are the fibers of who we are and how we interact with our work – this post aims to bring clarity to what each of those things mean.

Our culture is founded on the core value equation of:

Accountability + Systematization = Freedom

To further dissect this concept, let’s deconstruct the equation into its individual components, and reflect on how our team members use these core values in their everyday interactions:

Accountability defined: noun

The fact or condition of being accountable; responsibility.

What it means at Sprious:

  1. Be on time
  2. Say “please” and “thank you”
  3. Say what you intend to do
  4. Do what you say you intend to do


Systematization defined: verb

To arrange in or according to a system; reduce to a system; make systematic.

What it means at Sprious:

  1. Be reflective in your work and learn what you want to improve on – daily.
  2. Take an inventory of:
  • What worked?
  • What didn’t work?
  1. If you could do this over again – what would you do differently?
  2. Create a system of actions that will improve your experience


Freedom defined: noun

The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint.

What it means at Sprious:

  1. Take an inventory of the types of freedom that are important to you.

Note: There are two types of freedom:

  • Freedom “from”: These are the things you want freedom to not deal with (tasks, duties, feelings, stresses)
  • Freedom “to”: Usually things you would like to be true or be able to do



The goal for every employee at Sprious is to achieve maximum freedom based on their buy-in to the core value equation and living the principles our organization holds dear.

As a freedom-based entrepreneur, our founder, Neil Emeigh, wished entrepreneurial freedom for all our team members. Entrepreneurial freedom means that team members can earn the freedoms that they most desire by holding themselves accountable for their work, and finding ways to systematize that work to further capitalize on the freedom earned. Team members are able to earn these freedoms by focusing on their unique abilities, and delegating or systematizing that which falls outside of those inherent talents, to maximize the time they have to do the things they love. 

Highly efficient and responsible people thrive in the Sprious environment and are able to live a lifestyle that brings them fulfillment and purpose.  

Aren’t these the things we all desire most?