MJ exists to inspire the success, fulfillment, and wellbeing of each person we serve: our associates and their families, business partners, clients, and our community.

To help guide our purpose, we focus on five key passions that nurture our personal and professional development:

Perpetually strive to become the best version of yourself, both personally and professionally.
Perpetually strive to become the best version of yourself, both personally and professionally.
By being the best “you,” you not only make yourself happier and more productive, you also positively influence those around you.
Commit to develop and follow best practices that are repeatable and efficient in order to achieve your desired results, both personally and professionally.
Good planning leads to good habits, which lead to success in achieving your dreams.
Commit to develop and follow best practices that are repeatable and efficient in order to achieve your desired results, both personally and professionally.
With passion and commitment, place the interest of others ahead of your own by committing to daily behaviors that positively influence those around you.
With passion and commitment, place the interest of others ahead of your own by committing to daily behaviors that positively influence those around you.
Everyone is a valued part of the team—and that means that everyone is a leader in some capacity. A leader is dedicated to making everyone around them the best they can be.
Engage with others in ways that will ignite their passion and inspire them to act and influence others in a similar fashion.
Success breeds success. Happiness breeds happiness. Stay positive and engaged and others will follow suit.
Engage with others in ways that will ignite their passion and inspire them to act and influence others in a similar fashion.
Happiness is a choice. Bring your sense of humor and desire to have fun to work with you every day.
Happiness is a choice. Bring your sense of humor and desire to have fun to work with you every day.
The world is a brighter, better place when we don’t take ourselves too seriously—and happiness is not a destination, but a journey.