About

We have a distinct and inclusive philosophy of living and doing business, and we operate best when we work with clients who care and who know that we care about them. It’s a lot less cut-throat and a lot more revolutionary than we expected when we first became independent consultants.

If you would like to know about our backgrounds, mission, and vision, please read on.

Chuck Larntz

“The purpose of life is to plant trees, under whose shade we do not expect to sit.” ~ Nelson Henderson

Chuck has been a writer all his life and is currently working on a novella, several other writing projects, and is finishing up his first novel, Savage Investigations. He is the past president of 7000 BC, a not-for-profit collective of comic creators from Albuquerque and Santa Fe, whose primary focus is sequential art education and comic creation. Prior to his retirement, Chuck earned a living as a computer hardware engineer, Technical Support manager, a USAF fighter jet flight instrument mechanic, Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory Technician and Supervisor, Creator and Manager of the USAF Phillips Laboratory Equipment Maintenance Management Program, assuring the integrity of the research and development performed there,┬áhas held various positions in support of the health care industry, a rough framing carpenter, and a painter/decorator, throughout his life. It might be easier to ask: what hasn’t Chuck done?

Dominique Larntz

Dominique is a poet who has also earned a living as an accountant, a software engineer/computer programmer, and a technical writer. She graduated with honors with a computer science undergraduate degree and an MBA in management information systems. She became an independent consultant in 2008 and has since focused more on writing in English rather than writing in code.

Mission & Vision:

Serving the success of others and ourselves by offering writing and business support services that utilize our decades of experience.

Values:

Creativity, Continuous Improvement, Compassion & Loving Kindness, Inclusion

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