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RGX Mission is to Serve The UnderServed Community of Technology Pros, Entrepreneurs, Doctors, RE Pros, and Social Impact Foundations to get out of The Rat Race ( Chasing Money, Jobs, Careers) through Real Estate, Web3.0, and Other Alternative Investment Vehicles so they can achieve Financial Freedom and lead an Amazing and Impactful life.


We are dedicated to the Core Values of Authentic, Courage, and Commitment in building the foundation of trust and leadership upon which our strength is based and achieving our MaXimum Life Potential. These principles on which the RGX teams were founded continue to guide us today and into the future. Every member of the RGX team, must understand and live by our Core Values. We will be faithful to our Core Values of Authentic, Courage, and Commitment as our abiding duty and privilege.
  • Abide by an uncompromising code of integrity, taking full responsibility for my actions and keeping my word.
  • Conduct myself in the highest ethical manner in relationships with seniors, peers, and subordinates.
  • Be honest and truthful in my dealings within and outside the RGX Tribe.
  • Make honest recommendations to my seniors and peers and seek honest recommendations from junior personnel.
  • Encourage new ideas and deliver bad news forthrightly.
  • Always operate based on meritocracy even if it comes from a very junior or new staff member.
  • Fulfill my legal and ethical responsibilities in my work and personal life.
Courage is the value that gives me the moral and mental strength to do what is right, with confidence and resolution, even in the face of temptation or adversity. I will:
  • Have the courage to meet the demands of my profession.
  • Make decisions and act in the best interest of the RGX Tribe, without regard to personal consequences.
  • Overcome all challenges while adhering to the highest standards of personal conduct and decency.
  • Speak up and point out the issues without fear of losing my job as RGX operates based on meritocracy.
  • Be loyal to my RGX Tribe by ensuring the resources entrusted to me are used in an honest, careful, and efficient way.
The day-to-day duty of every man and woman in the
RGX Tribe is to join together as a team to improve the quality of our work, our people, and ourselves. I will:
  • Foster respect up and down the chain of command knowing RGX operates as if it’s a flat organization to encourage leadership and meritocracy.
  • Care for the personal and spiritual well-being of my people.
  • Show respect toward all people without regard to race, religion, or gender.
  • Always strive for positive change and personal improvement.
  • Exhibit the highest degree of moral character, professional excellence, quality, and competence in all that I do.


Key References: RGX Policies & Procedures manual.

Place the interest of RGX Tribe (our clients, residents, and team members) ahead of our personal gain

  • Act impartially to all groups, persons, and organizations.
  • Give an honest effort in the performance of your duties.
  • Protect and preserve the integrity of RGX Interests..
  • Disclose fraud, waste, abuse, and corruption to appropriate authorities – internal or external.
  • Fulfill in good faith your obligations as an RGX Tribe member.
  • Comply with all laws providing equal opportunity to all persons, regardless of their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or handicap.
  • Use nonpublic information to benefit yourself or anyone else.
  • Solicit or accept gifts from persons or parties that do business with or seek official action from RGX Management (unless permitted by an exception).
  • Make unauthorized commitments or promises that bind RGX Management.
  • Use RGX property for unauthorized purposes.
  • Take jobs or hold financial interests that conflict with your RGX responsibilities.
  • Take actions that give the appearance that they are illegal or unethical.


Key References: RGX Policies & Procedures manual.
If you observe the Tree of Life symbol, you’ll see the way that the deep roots fan out in all directions, while at the same time, the branches reach skyward in the same pattern. This symbolizes the way that you, and all living beings, are connected to both Mother Earth and to the Universe. Our physical bodies need the Earth to nourish us, while at the same time, our souls originate from the Universe (or Source) and will return to it once our bodies perish. Likewise, through the Universe, we are not separate; we are connected to all things.
Notice the way that the Tree of Life represents a large family tree. Imagine yourself as the tree’s trunk– one singular unit. If you were to map out all of your great grandparents, for dozens of generations back, your family tree would eventually look like a massive Tree of Life, representing the hundreds of hundreds of people that came together to create you. It’s profound, when you think about it!

The strongest trees in the world– such as the living Tree of Life in Bahrain– have weathered the most turbulent storms, and in fact, these storms made the trees stronger.

Trees’ roots extend far beneath the soil, not only to search for water, but to anchor the tree firmly into the ground in case of heavy wind. This explains why the Tree of Life represents personal growth: the stronger the storm, the stronger the tree.

The ancient Celts knew well that those great trees that stood in the middle of their fields, their crann bethadh, provided not only a gathering place, but also nourishment and shade, as well as a shelter for birds and other animals.

They recognized that trees allowed their people to prosper, and that without trees, human life could not thrive. Thus, their Tree of Life also symbolizes all of the nourishment and prosperity that trees provide for humans and for the Earth.

Similar to the Tree of Life’s “self growth” symbolism, the significance of groundedness has to do with the tree’s seemingly infinite roots. We know, scientifically, that the deeper a tree’s roots stretch, the more resistant they are to harsh weather.

Similarly, we humans must ground ourselves with reverence for the Earth and for our physical bodies. In doing so, we strengthen our root chakras, cultivating a sense of stability, so that we can live with steadfastness no matter what life takes us through.

Through their reverence of their own great trees, the Celts came to understand a tree’s life cycle through the seasons as an awe-inspiring birth-death-rebirth cycle. This represents a few things: first of all, as humans, we all go through personal growth periods where we feel like everything we identify with is “dying”, only to find a sense of renewed hope and confidence on the other side of this ego death.

Of course, this life cycle also represents the physical human cycle of birth, death, and then, if you choose to believe in it, “rebirth” in the form of reincarnation or a new life in the Spirit World. The Tree of Life can represent this infinite immortality, too– think about how trees produce seeds, which create new trees, even after the original tree has died.

If you grow a tree in a shady area, you’ll notice that its leaves turn towards the sun. If an object stands in the way of a tree’s growth, the tree will grow around it. This is why no two trees are the same.

Think about it: if every tree had to grow in the same, uniform shape, most trees wouldn’t survive, because trees must be adaptable in order to thrive. You, as a human, won’t thrive if you’re too rigid in your expectations of life– just like a tree.

This particular Tree of Life meaning brings us back to the Celts; again, this culture believed that trees were wise, mystical beings. Their culture greatly appreciated the trees’ wisdom, and so, their Tree of Life went on to become a symbol of an intelligence greater than our own.
No two trees are uniform. Just like humans, each tree has experienced unique growth, difficulties, and environmental factors. Thus, the Tree of Life can also represent your beautiful uniqueness; you, your ancestry, your unique upbringing, as well as your likes, dislikes, experiences, and a whole Universe of other aspects, cannot quite compare to any other human in the world.

When autumn arrives, trees don’t fear losing their leaves. They don’t hold onto the leaves in worry that they’ll never grow new ones. Governed by the loving wisdom of the Earth, trees gracefully release their leaves every fall, stripping themselves bare for the winter in complete trust that they will grow fresh leaves anew in the spring.

As such, the Tree of Life can teach us that abundance is all around us, and that we don’t have to hoard our possessions out of a fear of loss.




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