Terms and conditions
The websites http://emilyannpeterson.com, http://schoolofbravery.com, http://songwritingcompetitions.com, http://emilyannspeaks.com and http://celloyogamusic.com are owned and operated by EAP Media Int'l, a State of Washington company. Our mailing address is PO Box 160404, Nashville, TN 37216.
You must be at least sixteen years of age to use our websites. Use of these websites is at your own risk. We host our sites on a reputable platform and take reasonable efforts to maintain and host the site. However, we make no explicit representations or warranties as to the safety or your individual use of the website. The Terms and Conditions contained on this page is subject to change at any time.
Intellectual Property Notice
All images, text, designs, graphics, trademarks and service marks are owned by and property of Emily Ann Peterson or EAP Media Int'l, or the properly attributed party. It is a violation of federal law to use any of our intellectual property in whole or in part, and modification of any materials contained on this site is illegal and may be prosecuted to the fullest extent permissible should we choose to do so, including asking for financial penalties (damages) and/or an injunction forcing you to stop using our intellectual property immediately.
You may NOT use our intellectual property in any way, which includes republishing any text, image, design or other property on another website, or posting a quote or image from our site to any third party website including social media. We have spent lots of time and money building the intellectual property located on this site and in order to maintain the integrity of it, we cannot allow any third party use.
We maintain a right to republish any submission in whole or in part as reasonably necessary in the course of our business. You agree not to submit any content or communications that could be illegal or serve an unlawful purpose, including, but not limited to communications that are potentially libelous or maliciously false, obscene, abusive, negligent or otherwise harmful or inappropriate.
Our website and related materials are provided for educational and informational use only. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless our website and company for any direct or indirect loss or conduct incurred as a result of your use of our website and any related communications, including as a result of any consequences incurred from technological failures such as a payment processor error(s) or system failure(s).
While we may reference certain results, outcomes or situations on this website, you understand and acknowledge that we make no guarantee as to the accuracy of third-party statements contained herein or the likelihood of success for you as a result of these statements or any other statements anywhere on this website. If you have medical, legal or financial questions, you should consult a medical professional, lawyer or CPA and/or CFP respectively. We expressly disclaim any and all responsibility for any actions or omissions you choose to make as a result of using this website, related materials, products, courses or the materials contained herein.
This website is updated on a regular basis and while we try to make accurate statements in a timely and effective manner, we cannot guarantee that all materials and related media contained herein are entirely accurate, complete or up to date. You expressly acknowledge and understand that any information or knowledge you gain as a result of using this website is used at your own risk. If you should see any errors or omissions and would like to let us know, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This site may use affiliate links to sell certain products or services. We disclaim any and all liability as a result of your purchase through one of these links. We will use reasonable efforts to notify you when and where we have placed affiliate links in addition to this disclaimer located in these Terms & Conditions. You accept express liability for any and all consequences or benefits of clicking the affiliate links contained on this website or related communications.
If at any time we feel you have violated these Terms and Conditions, then we shall immediately terminate your use of our website and any related communications as we deem appropriate. It is within our sole discretion to allow any user’s access of our website, and we may revoke this access at any time without notice, and if necessary, block your IP address from further visits to our site(s).
Refunds & Payment Collection
We take your investment seriously, and we’d appreciate if you took our investment of time and resources into your success seriously too.
Due to the nature of the services and/or products provided, refunds will not be given unless otherwise specified in writing. EAP Media Int'l reserves the right to charge 1.5% interest per day upon any outstanding sum left unpaid on or after 14 calendar days from due date.
$100 due March 1
$101.50 due March 15
$103.03 due March 16
Sent to Collections April 15
After 30 days of outstanding payment, EAP Media Int'l reserves the right to send you to collections, upon which you will owe the total amount of any outstanding payments plus any collection costs including reasonable attorney’s fees.
Law and Jurisdiction
By using our website, you hereby consent to our Terms and Conditions of Use.
Information That We Collect
Personal Data: Personal Data is information that can be used to identify you specifically, including your name, shipping address, email address, telephone number or demographic information like your age, gender, or hometown. You consent to giving us this information by providing it to us voluntarily on our website or any mobile application. You provide some of this information when you register with or make purchases from our website. You may also provide this information by participating in various activities associated with our site, including responding to blogs, contacting us with questions, or participating in group training. Your decision to disclose this data is entirely voluntary. You are under no obligation to provide this information, but your refusal may prevent you from accessing certain benefits from our website or from making purchases.
Derivative Data: Derivative data is information that our servers automatically collect about you when you access our websites, such as your IP address, browser type, the dates and times that you access our website, and the specific pages you view. If you are using a mobile application, our servers may collect information about your device name and type, your phone number, your country of origin, and other interactions with our application.
Social Networking Data: We may access personal information from social networking sites and apps, including Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter, Snapchat or other social networking sites or apps not named specifically here, which may include your name, your social network username, location, email address, age, gender, profile picture, and any other public information. If you do not want us to access this information, please go to the specific social networking site and change your privacy settings.
Mobile Device Data: If you use our website via a mobile device or app, we may collect information about your mobile device, including device ID, model and manufacturer, and location information.
Other data: On occasion, you may give us additional data in order to enter into a contest or giveaway or to participate in a survey. You will be prompted for this information and it will be clear that you are offering this kind of information in exchange for an entry into such a contest or giveaway.
How We Use Your Information
Your information allows us to offer you certain products and services, including the use of our website, to fulfill our obligations to you, to customize your interaction with our company and our website, and to allow us to suggest other products and services we think might interest you. We generally store your data and transmit it to a third party for processing. However, to the extent we process your data, we do so to serve our legitimate business interests (such as providing you with the opportunity to purchase our goods or services and interact with our website or mobile app).
Specifically, we may use the information and data described above to:
- Create and administer your account; and
- Deliver any products or services purchased by you to you; and
- Correspond with you; and
- Process payments or refunds; and
- Contact you about new offerings that we think you will be interested in; and
- Interact with you via social media; and
- Send you a newsletter or other updates about our company or website; and
- Deliver targeted advertising; and
- Request feedback from you; and
- Notify you of updates to our product and service offerings; and
- Resolve disputes and troubleshoot any problems; and
- Administer contests or giveaways; and
- Generate a profile that is personalized to you, so that future interactions with our website will be more personal; and
- Compile anonymous statistical data for our own use or for a third party’s use; and
- Assist law enforcement as necessary; and
- Prevent fraudulent activity on our website or mobile app; and
- Analyze trends to improve our website and offerings.
Why We Disclose Your Information
The following are specific reasons why we may share your information.
Third-Party Processing: We may disclose your information to third parties who assist us with various tasks, including payment processing, hosting services, email delivery and customer service. For more information, see the “Third Party Processing” Section below.
By Law: We may share your data as required by law or to respond to legal process, including a subpoena, or as necessary to protect the rights, property, and safety of others. This includes sharing information with other parties to prevent or address fraud and to avoid credit risks.
To Protect Our Company: We may use your information to protect our company, including to investigate and remedy any violations of our rights or policies. We may also disclose your information as reasonably necessary to acquire and maintain insurance coverage, manage risks, obtain financial or legal advice, or to exercise or defend against legal claims.
Advertisers: We may use third-party advertising companies to run and manage our ads, such as Facebook to produce ads that appear when you visit our Website or mobile app. These companies may use information about your visit to our website and other websites that are contained in web cookies (as described below) to offer you personalized advertisements about goods and services that might interest you. We cannot control the activities of, such other advertisers or web sites. You should consult the respective Privacy Policies of these third-party advertisers for more detailed information on their practices as well as for instructions about how to opt-out of certain practices.
Other Third Parties: We may share information with advertisers, our investors, or other third parties for the purpose of conducting general business analysis. If we do so, we will make reasonable efforts to inform You if required by law.
Interaction with others: If you interact with others on our website or mobile apps, such as participating in a group chat or a group online course, other users may have access to some of your data, including your name, profile picture, and your history of interaction with our websites, such as prior comments or posts.
Online postings: When you post online, your posts may be viewed by others, and we may distribute your comments outside the website.
External Links: Our website may include hyperlinks to other websites not controlled by us. We suggest you exercise caution when clicking on a hyperlink. Although we use reasonable care in including a hyperlink on our own web page, we do not regularly monitor the websites of these third parties, are not responsible for any damage or consequences you suffer by using these hyperlinks. We are not bound by the Privacy Policies of any third party website that you access by a hyperlink, nor are they bound by ours. We encourage you to read the Policies of those third-party websites before interacting with them or making purchases. They may collect different information and different methods than we do.
Other purposes: We may disclose your personal data as necessary to comply with any legal obligation or to protect your interests, or the vital interests of others or our company.
Cookies, Log Files and Web Beacons: Like many other Web sites, we make use of log files. These files merely log visitors to the site – usually a standard procedure for hosting companies and a part of hosting services’ analytics. The information inside the log files includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date/time stamp, referring/exit pages, and possibly the number of clicks. This information is used to analyze trends, administer the site, track user’s movement around the site, and gather demographic information. IP addresses and other such information are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable.
Processing Your Information
For the most part, we do not process your information in-house but give it to third party processors for processing. For example, when PayPal takes your payment information, they are a third party processor. They process your payment and remit the funds to us. So in many instances, it will be necessary for us to transmit your information to a third party processor, as we do not have the capability to perform these functions. More detail on third party processing is detailed below.
However, we may, from time to time, process your data internally. The legal basis for this processing is both your consent to the processing and our need to conduct our legitimate business interests. Our purposes in processing this information, if we do, is to administer, maintain, and improve our website and offerings, to enter into contracts with you, to fulfill the terms of those contracts, to keep records of our transactions and interactions, to be able to provide you with goods and services, to comply with our legal obligations, to obtain professional advice, and to protect the rights and interests of our company, our customers (including you), and any third parties. We may process the following data:
Data associated with your accounts, such as your name, address, email address and payment information
Data about your usage of our website, such as your IP address, geographical information, and how long you accessed our website and what you viewed.
Data related to your personal profile, such as your name, address, profile picture, interests and hobbies, or employment details.
Data that you provide us in the course of using our services.
Data that you post on our website, such as comments or responses to blogs.
Data that you submit to us when you make an inquiry regarding our website or offerings.
Data related to your transactions with us, including your purchase of our goods or services. This information may include contact details and payment information.
Data that you provide to us when you subscribe to our emails or newsletters, including your email address and contact information.
Data that you submit to us via correspondence, such as when you email us with questions.
Any other data identified in this policy, for the purpose of complying with our legal obligations, or to protect the vital interests of you or any other natural person.
Our website is hosted by servers located in the U.S. Therefore, if you reside in the European Union, some of your data will be transferred internationally to those servers. Transfers will be protected by appropriate safeguards, namely the EU-US Privacy Shield. More information on the Privacy Shield can be found at https://www.privacyshield.gov/welcome.
We use website hosting servers/third party processors/subcontractors located in the United States and European Union has received an Adequacy Determination from the European Commission, meaning that appropriate safeguards are in place to protect data once it is transferred to that country.
We retain personal data as long as it is needed to to conduct our legitimate business purposes or to comply with our legal obligations, or until you ask us to delete your data. For example, we will retain certain personal information indefinitely for the purposes of maintaining your account, unless and until you delete your account. Data that we gather for a specific and particular purpose, such as assisting law enforcement or analyzing trends, will not be kept for longer than is necessary for that particular purpose. Data that is no longer needed by us for any of the purposes listed above will be permanently deleted.
You may request that we delete your data at any time. However, note that we cannot control the retention policies of third parties. If you wish to have any third parties, including those to whom we’ve transmitted your data, delete that data, you will need to contact those third parties directly. You may request from us a list of all third parties to whom we have transmitted your data.
Security of Your Information
We take all reasonable steps to protect your personal data and keep your information secure. We use recognized online secure payment systems and implement generally accepted standards of security to protect against personal data loss or misuse. However, no security measure is foolproof, and no method of data transmission can be guaranteed against interception or misuse. We cannot guarantee the complete security of any information you transmit to us.
We will notify you of promptly any known breach of our security systems or your data which might expose you to serious risk.
This website or mobile app is not designed for use by children under age 16, and we do not knowingly solicit personal data from anyone under age 16. If you are under age 16, do not access or use our website or related products or services. If you become aware that we have collected data of anyone under the age of 16, please contact us so that we may delete that data.
You have certain rights with respect to your personal data, as outlined below. Note that we may charge you a reasonable fee for actions that you ask us to take with respect to your data. In addition, we reserve the right to request that you provide us with evidence of your identity before we take any action with respect to the exercise of your data rights. Further, your rights may be restricted or nullified to the extent they conflict with our compelling business interests, the public interest, or the law.
Update Account Information: You have the right to update or change any information you have provided to us. To update or delete your information, please contact us at email@example.com.
Confirm Personal Data and Its Use: You have the right to request that we confirm what data we hold about you, and for what purposes. You also have the right to confirmation of whether we process your data or deliver your data to third party processors, and for what purposes. We will supply you with copies of your personal data unless doing so would affect the rights and freedoms of others.
Change Consent: You have the right to change your consent to our use of your information. In such cases, we may require you to delete your account with us, as described above, and you may not have full access to our website.
Request a Copy of Data: You have the right to request a digital copy of the data that we hold about you. Your first request for a copy of your personal data will be provided free of charge; subsequent requests will incur a reasonable fee.
Transfer Your Data: You have the right to request that we gather and transfer your data to another controller, in a commonly used and machine-readable format, unless doing so would cause us an undue burden.
Delete All Data: You have the right to request that we delete all data that we hold about you, and we must delete such data without undue delay. There are exceptions to this right, such as when keeping your data is required by law, it is necessary to exercise the right of freedom of expression and information, is required for compliance with a legal obligation, or is necessary for the exercise or defense of legal claims. Such a request may result in termination of your account with us and you may have limited or no use of our website.
Emails And Communications: You may opt-out of receiving future email correspondence from us by checking the appropriate box when you register for the account or make a purchase. You may change your communication settings by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marketing Communications: You may opt-out of receiving any third party marketing communications or having your personal information used for marketing purposes. You may do this by contacting us at email@example.com.
Processing: You may, in some circumstances restrict the processing of your data, such as when you contest the accuracy of your data or when you have objected to processing, pending the verification of that objection. When processing has been restricted, we will continue to store your data but will not pass it on to third party processors without your consent, or as necessary to comply with legal obligations or protect your rights or those of others or our company. In addition, you may opt-out of any processing of your data altogether. Note however that doing so may result in the termination of your account and loss of access to our website.
California Privacy Rights
The State of California has established its own unique regulations that apply to California residents. If you reside in California, you have the right to obtain from us, once per year and free of charge, information regarding what information we disclose to third party marketers, and the names and addresses of each third party to whom we disclose your data. If you are a California resident and would like to make such a request, please use the contact information listed below.
If you are a California resident and under the age of 18, you have the right to request that we remove any data that you publicly post on our website. To request removal of your data, please use the contact information listed below. Note that while we will remove your data that is publicly posted on our website, we may not be able to completely remove that data from our systems.
We offer the opportunity for you to volunteer certain information to us that is used for email and marketing purposes. This information includes, but is not limited to, your name and email. You will have an opportunity to unsubscribe from any future communications via email, but we reserve the right to maintain a database of past email subscribers. We reserve the right to use this information as reasonably necessary in our business and as provided by law. Your information will be shared with reasonably necessary parties for the ordinary course of conducting our business, such as through Facebook ads or Google Pay Per Click marketing campaigns.
The information contained herein constitutes the entire agreement between site users and our company relating to the use of this website.
Law and Jurisdiction
Collectively, EAP Media Int’l (PO Box 160404 — Nashville, TN 37216; firstname.lastname@example.org) known as “The School of Bravery”, “TSOB”, or “Coach” and customers of said business (known as “Students” or “Student”) entering this Agreement will be referred to as the “Parties”.
Student wishes to hire The School of Bravery to provide services relating to Student’s coaching needs, as detailed in this Agreement. The School of Bravery has agreed to provide such services according to the terms of this Agreement.
Students have the right to DIGNITY & RESPECT. Students have a right to the same consideration and treatment as anyone, regardless of sex, gender, race, religion, color, economic status, age, sexual preference or beliefs. Students can expect that all community members and The School of Bravery staff will adhere to the professional code of ethics and standards of conduct for their respective disciplines.
Students have the right to PROFESSIONAL SERVICES. The School of Bravery provides Students with the services corresponding to the subscription product purchased on a monthly or annual basis (“Services”). The total cost (“Total Cost”) for all Services are due in full every 30 days and recurrently charged to the payment method on file. Student retains access to their account on The School of Bravery website for the duration of their enrollment.
The School of Bravery’s hourly rate is $250 per each hour spent on Student’s Services beyond the allotted amount of time purchased or unless otherwise listed on The School of Bravery website (https://www.schoolofbravery.com). If any additional expenses are incurred by The School of Bravery while providing Student with Services an invoice will be issued to Student in a timely manner. Student is responsible for paying for and delivering any third-party software licenses or products Student wishes The School of Bravery to utilize within a timely manner. Whenever possible, at The School of Bravery’s discretion, reasonable efforts will be made to integrate Student’s suggested software or products.
The School of Bravery’s payment processor will make 4 attempts to charge the Student’s payment method on file. If after that 4th attempt, Student’s account is still unpaid then The School of Bravery reserves the right to cancel the Student’s services.
Students have the right to SAFETY. It is extremely difficult to build new bravery skills in an environment that feels unsafe. The School of Bravery does not have the right to publicly share any information about Students without that student’s verbal or written permission. Anything discussed in our online community forum is not visible by a search engine. Video replays of our group events are available to current and future community members. At times, information will be shared amongst staff members when necessary to provide quality service to Students. Exceptions to this would include a suspected threat to physical, emotional, or mental safety against you, another adult, or child. In case of these emergencies, we reserve the right to contact local authorities. If you have concerns about your safety and or you believe your physical, mental, or emotional safety is at risk, especially in our community, send an email to email@example.com to discuss this frankly with us. Our respect for you and your life requires that we want to make accommodations and notify others if we learn of potentially life-threatening situations.
Students have the right to CONFIDENTIALITY. Parties will treat and hold all information of or relating to this Agreement, the Services provided, and the Parties’ businesses in strict confidence and will not use any of this information except in connection with fulfilling the terms of this Agreement, and, if this Agreement is terminated for whatever reason, Parties will return all such information, including account access information, and any and all copies, to the original Party and will remain bound to the Confidentiality provision of this Agreement. Confidential information (known as “Confidential Information” is this Agreement) means information that is of value to its owner and is treated as proprietary or confidential including but not limited to, intellectual property, inventions, trade secrets or information, financial data or information, speculation, knowledge, general Company data or reports, future business plans, strategies, customer lists and information, client acquisition strategies, advertising campaigns, information regarding executives and employees, and the terms and provisions of this Agreement.
Further, at all times neither Party shall use or disclose any Confidential Information relating in any way to the past, present, or future business affairs, conditions, clients, customers, efforts, employees, financial data, operations, practices, products, processes, properties, sales, or services of or relating in any way to the Parties in whatever form to any parties outside of The School of Bravery. This Agreement imposes no obligation upon the Parties with respect to any Confidential Information that was possessed before initial business interactions commenced between the Parties; is or becomes a matter of public knowledge through no fault of receiving Party; is rightfully received from a third party not owing a duty of confidentiality; is disclosed without a duty of confidentiality to a third party by, or with the authorization of the disclosing Party; or is independently developed by either Party without prior knowledge of privileged or Confidential Information.
Students have the right to NON-DISPARAGEMENT. The School of Bravery and its’ students mutually agree not to make public defamatory statements that would materially harm the reputation or business activities of any Parties to this Agreement.
Students have the right to CANCELLATIONS & RESCHEDULES. Students are responsible for attending live events and scheduling their monthly private coaching calls with The School of Bravery. If a student desires to cancel Services of The School of Bravery for any reason at any time, then students shall provide at least 48 hours Notice to The School of Bravery by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org in order to cancel this agreement and close their student account. Students are responsible for scheduling their private coaching calls to occur within the month of their Service. Students may reschedule private coaching services with at least 48 hours Notice. Providing Notice will not relieve students of any currently outstanding payment obligations. The School of Bravery will not be obligated to refund any portion of monies Student has previously paid to The School of Bravery. If The School of Bravery is unable to re-book further services on or before the Service’s final delivery date, (typically by end-of-business on the last business day of each month) Student may be issued a credit for future services with The School of Bravery at The School of Bravery’s discretion. The School of Bravery has no obligation to fulfill or attempt to schedule or re-book Services to make up for Student’s failure to schedule, cancel, or reschedule.
In the event The School of Bravery cannot or will not perform their obligations in any or all parts of this Agreement, The School of Bravery (or a responsible party) will immediately give Notice to Student, and at The School of Bravery’s discretion, either attempt to find a reasonable substitute to fulfill the terms of this Agreement or issue a refund or credit based on a reasonably accurate percentage of Services rendered. In the case of a refund where, at the discretion of The School of Bravery, no reasonable substitute is found, The School of Bravery shall excuse Student of further performance obligations in this Agreement.
Notwithstanding the above, either Party may choose to be excused of any further performance obligations in the event of a disastrous occurrence outside the control of either Party that materially affects the Services provided in this Agreement, including 1. A natural disaster (fires, explosions, earthquakes, hurricane, flooding, storms, or infestation); or 2. War, Invasion, Act of Foreign Enemies, Embargo, or other Hostility (whether declared or not); or 3. Any hazardous situation created outside the control of either Party such as a riot, disorder, nuclear leak or explosion, or act or threat of terrorism.
Students have the right to UNDERSTAND & BE INFORMED. Students are responsible for asking for clarification. Newsletters and event reminders are sent to the email address in your student account. We recommend adding email@example.com to your contacts so those don’t go to your spam folder. If there is a change to the event calendar, staffing, private coaching calendar, communication methods, or delivery of service, parties shall provide effective notice (“Notice”) to each other at the date and time in which the Notice is sent. Email: The School of Bravery’s email - firstname.lastname@example.org; Student’s email - provided upon enrollment. Mail: The School of Bravery’s Address - PO Box 160404, Nashville, TN 37216; Student’s Address(es) - provided upon enrollment.
When necessary, Students must respond to any communication within a reasonable amount of time. If Students fail to respond to The School of Bravery within 14 days for feedback or any other specific request(s), it is within The School of Bravery’s discretion to delay or cancel a Student’s Services.
Students have the right to INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. In the event that any copyrighted work(s) are created or shared as a result of the Services provided by Parties in accordance with this Agreement, the contributing Party owns all copyrights in any and all work(s) it creates or produces pursuant to federal copyright law (Title 17, Chapter 2, Section 201-02 of the United States Code), whether registered or unregistered. Any and all products, whether tangible or intangible, produced or created in connection with, or in the process of fulfilling this Agreement, are expressly and solely owned by the Party who creates the materials and may be used in the reasonable course of each Party’s business going forward. Additionally, any and all trademarks, whether registered or unregistered, remain the property of the contributing Party.
For example, if The School of Bravery shares a spreadsheet that a student utilizes, the student may not share, distribute, sell, or otherwise enjoy the privileges of said spreadsheet and copyrighted material contained within the spreadsheet.
Students have the right to USE RESOURCES & MATERIALS. The School of Bravery grants its students a non-exclusive license of product(s) produced with and for personal use only so long as you provide The School of Bravery and/or Emily Ann Peterson with attribution reasonably visible on primary or related course materials or marketing collateral. In no event are students allowed to share The School of Bravery materials with any third party without express prior written permission.
Students have the right to QUALITY SERVICE. The School of Bravery will make every effort to provide students with considerate and respectful care. The School of Bravery’s goal is to serve our students in the most helpful way possible. The School of Bravery and any related subcontractors are not employees, partners, or members of a student’s company or organization. The School of Bravery has the sole right to control and direct the means, manner, and method by which the Services in this Agreement are performed. The School of Bravery has the right to hire assistants, subcontractors, or employees to provide students with its Services. Parties are individually and separately responsible for their own business operations and expenses, including securing or paying any licensing fees, taxes (including FICA), registrations, or permits. Students are not responsible for paying for any benefits, Workers Compensation, insurance, or unemployment fees to The School of Bravery.
Students agree to having spent a satisfactory amount of time reviewing The School of Bravery’s work or past client reviews and have a reasonable expectation that The School of Bravery’s Services will produce a reasonably similar outcome and result for Student. The School of Bravery will use reasonable efforts to ensure Student Services are carried out in a style and manner consistent with The School of Bravery’s current services, and The School of Bravery will try to incorporate any suggestions students make. However, Student understands and agrees that: every client and final delivery is different, with different tastes, budgets, and needs; The School of Bravery’s Services are a subjective service and The School of Bravery is a provider with a unique vision, with an ever-evolving style and technique; The School of Bravery will use its personal judgment to create favorable results for each student, which may not include strict adherence to student suggestions; Dissatisfaction with The School of Bravery’s independent judgment or individual management style are not valid reasons for termination of this Agreement or request of any monies returned.
Students have the right to DISPUTE. We value your personal agency, perspective, and opinion. We want to hear your feedback and constructive criticism. If you don’t agree with something mentioned in a group event or private coaching session, bring it to attention in a timely manner so we can discuss the challenge or point of friction. We can’t make changes or seek solutions if we don’t know about the need for them. Students are responsible for communicating disagreements or dissatisfaction within a timely manner. Our staff reserves the right to remove anything in our community forum that is a conflict with the safety, rights, and responsibilities of our students. Students agree that the accuracy of information supplied to The School of Bravery is the sole responsibility of each Student and that The School of Bravery is not responsible and shall not be held liable for the results of services performed on the basis of inaccurate, incomplete or untruthful information provided by the student. Students assume full responsibility for final deliverable(s) provided, final proofing, and accuracy.
Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this contract, or the breach of this Agreement, will be settled by alternative dispute resolution (ADR) prior to a formal complaint. ADR includes arbitration or mediation administered by an authorized entity, such as the American Arbitration Association, in accordance with its Commercial [or other] Arbitration Rules. Any judgment on the award rendered by the arbitrator(s) or mediator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction over this Agreement and related dispute resolution proceedings.
Students have the right to a LIMIT OF LIABILITY. Students agree that the maximum amount of damages they are entitled to in any claim of or relating to this Agreement or Services provided in this Agreement are not to exceed the Total Cost of Services provided by The School of Bravery. Students and related parties/participants expressly assume any risk of Services and related activities as described in this Agreement. Students agree to indemnify and hold harmless The School of Bravery, its related companies, parties, affiliates, agents, independent contractors, assigns, directors, employees, and officers from any and all claims, causes of action, damages, or other losses arising out of, or related to, the Services provided in this Agreement. In the case of in-person meetings or coaching, students agree to either secure a reasonable amount of insurance coverage to pay for any claims, causes of action, damage, attorney fees, or other losses as a result of accident or negligence on behalf of the Parties to this Agreement, or if no insurance is secured, Client waives its right to directly or indirectly ask or force The School of Bravery to pay for any such damages.
Student agrees and understands The School of Bravery is not providing the professional services of an attorney, accountant, nutritionist, financial planner, therapist, or any other kind of licensed or certified professional. The School of Bravery cannot make any guarantees as to the results, including financial or other gains, of the coaching provided. The School of Bravery agrees to provide the Services listed in this Agreement in a reasonable and timely manner. Students agree to take responsibility for Students’ own results.
Students have the right to GENERAL PROVISIONS. The laws of Washington State govern all matters arising under or relating to this Agreement, including torts. If any portion of this Agreement is deemed to be illegal or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of this Agreement remain in full force, if the essential provisions of this Agreement for each Party remain legal and enforceable. Neither Party may assign or subcontract any rights or obligations in this Agreement without proper Notice, unless otherwise provided in this Agreement. The titles and section headers in this Agreement are provided for convenience only and should not be construed as part of this Agreement.
This Agreement constitutes the final, exclusive agreement between the Parties relating to the Services contained in this Agreement. All earlier and contemporaneous negotiations and agreements between the Parties on the matters contained in this Agreement are expressly merged into and superseded by this Agreement.
Enrolling as a student implies your acknowledgment, understanding, and agreement to our Student Agreement. With this comes additional (mutual) responsibilities...
- COMPASSION You are responsible for staying open-minded, inclusive, curious, and adaptable. You are responsible for learning new things and sharing criticism constructively. You have the responsibility to practice kindness, show patience for learning curves, and act compassionately. All this applies to yourself, our staff, and others in our community.
- RESPECT. You have the responsibility to honor the rights mentioned in your Student Agreement for yourself and your community members. You have the responsibility of showing up on time as an act of honor for yourself and others in our community. If you notice someone might be struggling, hurting, unsafe, you have a responsibility to seek the most respectful method to care for everyone involved.
- INTEGRITY. You are responsible for practicing your bravery with authenticity and honesty. This includes adhering to The School of Bravery’s student agreement, website terms, and conditions, making payments on time. This also includes respecting the boundaries of yourself and other community members.
- SELF-RELIANCE. You have the responsibility to use your own power, curiosity, and resourcefulness. You are in the driver’s seat of your own student experience. We can’t make you do anything you don’t want to do, but you’ll get the most value out of your enrollment and our community by being prepared and using the resources available to seeking solutions to your questions or problems. For instance, if you can’t attend a group event live, it is your responsibility to watch the replay before it expires in 30-days. You have the responsibility to schedule your private coaching sessions, and keep those appointments or reschedule them per the terms in your Student Agreement. Note: Asking for help or clarification is an act of self-reliance.
- COMMUNAL EFFORT. You are responsible for co-creating your student experience. This includes but is not limited to collaborating with fellow students, engaging in group discussion, communicating authentically with integrity, and providing your coach with as much relevant information as possible. You are responsible for ensuring the delivery of support and services are accurate and complete. Students are encouraged to speak up and let staff know about any unexpected happenings, reservations, technical difficulties, additional needs, and especially any new or revised bravery goals. Improvements or changes can’t be made if we do not know about them.
- PARTICIPATION. You have the responsibility to show up, speak up, and stay engaged. The School of Bravery is not a “spectator sport.” The more you participate, the more you stand to gain. We achieve being by doing. Everyone is invited to practice, play, and explore their bravery. This applies to group Zoom calls, our community forum, private coaching sessions, and weekly office hours. If you’re unable to attend an event, you are responsible for participating by submitting your questions in advance or watching the replay video. Note: You have the responsibility for this kind of participation, even if this means declining an invitation or redefining boundaries. You’re encouraged to make your desires known or personal boundaries clear by communicating with your coach or the facilitator of the group as soon as possible.
- IMMEDIACY. You have a responsibility to use your power of choice. You have a responsibility to make a continuously active choice to be a present participant. You have a responsibility to take action for your responsibilities within a reasonable amount of time. Conscious and consistent practice of bravery is often rewarded with timely and measurable results.