Welcome NSA6: Mission Statement:
It was originally a concept designed to provide resources and training to individuals who have the potential to exceed far beyond their expectations but find themselves unable to achieve them due to financial and technological frustration.
The founder of this Open-Corp and Mindful Enhancement Protocol is a US Veteran who had the privilege of working with special departments within Special Forces Units.
By combining real-world knowledge and understanding the daily struggles each one of us faces in order to just hold on to the ideals and internal desires, NSA6 builds a small organization from the ground up, using resources they can change your life for the better.
By using the contributions of other teams throughout the world who shared a similar vision, NSA6 has reached out to open-source software corporations in order to create a corporate simulation we call Open Corp.
Open Corp, allows common individuals to have tools and services that would otherwise be too expensive to be able to use in order to grow your brand.
We Collaborate with Affiliate Franchises:
NSA6 has researched 425 companies and business opportunities, (as well as participated in several of them), to discover which opportunities would yield a true financial benefit to individuals that wish to grow out of their financial and creative frustrations.
We're proud to say that we have achieved it.
We can make a change together:
Each one of our members is a non-commercialized, paid volunteer to the power of collaboration, creativity, and building alliances.
We would like you to become part of The Alliance.
Our Mission is Simple:
To empower individuals financially and creatively to offset the balance of the commercialized world. To bring back entrepreneurship and creativity to maintain synergy in our way of life. Lastly. to create a unique opportunity for every walk of life.
With the advent of robotics, artificial intelligence, and the constant expansion of global commercialization, we believe You're Humanity's Last Hope.
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