WHERE NEARSIGHTEDNESS FADES

  A VISIONARY LEADERSHIP COMPANY

We create visionary leadership that produces common sense growth for companies. We are Common Sensibly.

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RECYCLE INVEST

TIPPY-TOE-WEALTH

BASH NEW YORK

JACOB M. SMITH

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WE COVER MARKETS WITH VISION

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Our History

2010- Jacob M. Smith launched Sac Holdinsgs Inc. as a Asset Holdings Firm. The company's portfolio consisted of equity stock (Atlantic Power Corporation / JC Penny / Nike), fix income (Certificates of Desposit / U.S. Treasury Bonds) and alternative investment allocations (Gold / Gems). Thereafter, Sac Holdings Inc. experienced steady success.

2014- Sac Holdings Inc. became the parent company to PT Development Partners. PT Development Partners is a residential and commercial real estate company with completed projects in Washington, DC, Los Angeles, Maryland, New York City and Africa.

In addition, Sac Holdings Inc. acquired two technologies. The first technology aims to improve communication in the travel industry. The second technology aims to bring comfort to the leisure time of pets.

2015- Sac Holdings Inc. facilitated an "Article of Amendment" for the name change to Common Sensibly. The change allowed us to provide business development, social impact partnership and live experience consulting to entrepreneuers, start-ups and companies.

2018- Common Sensibly changed its focus to visionary leadership. Common Sensibly's initial technology launches in 2020.



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  1. Common Sensibly examines
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    Common Sensibly examines
  2. A. How to identfy a vision.
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    A. How to identfy a vision.
  3. B. How to shape a idea into a vision.
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    B. How to shape a idea into a vision.
  4.  C. Why teams should shift from a mission to a vision.
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    C. Why teams should shift from a mission to a vision.
  5. D. How to facilitate a vision.
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    D. How to facilitate a vision.

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