Who are we?

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Our Mission

Rule 57 Consulting empowers Main Street businesses and nonprofits by providing innovative strategies and dedicated support to foster growth and strengthen community ties.

We are committed to helping local enterprises flourish, ensuring they remain cornerstones of vibrant neighborhoods.

Our Vision

We see a future where every local business and nonprofit not only succeeds but thrives, catalyzing a renaissance of Main Street. In this future, communities are thriving, self-sustaining, and characterized by a spirit of innovation and collaboration.

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Our Values

Cherish and prioritize our clients as our greatest assets. We are committed to understanding their unique challenges and needs, ensuring our approach is always client-centered and results-driven.

Embrace and celebrate our uniqueness and that of our clients. We believe in being genuine and transparent, fostering a culture where diversity is valued and leveraged for collective improvement and innovation.

Uphold the highest standards of honesty and integrity in all our actions. We conduct our business with unwavering ethical principles, ensuring trust and respect are at the core of all our relationships.

Maintain an unwavering belief in the potential of Main Street businesses and nonprofits. We are optimistic about the future and dedicated to inspiring our clients to aspire to greater heights, envisioning success even in the face of challenges.

Strengthen and elevate the communities we serve. We are committed to creating lasting impacts that go beyond business success, fostering community ties and contributing to the economic and social vitality of Main Street.

What is Rule 57?

Rule of Acquisition #57 – “Good customers are as rare as latinum. Treasure them.”

This is where our geek flag flies. Rule of Aquisition #57 is from Star Trek. Of all the sci-fi that we love, Star Trek really sees the good in humanity and believes that we can solve our biggest problems by working together. It’s aspirational. It’s optimistic. It’s the kind of future that we’re working towards.

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Daniel García

The Story of Rule 57

It all started way back in 2019. Daniel was presented with an opportunity to take on a contract to help a statewide nonprofit update their operations and work toward their strategic objectives.

To facilitate this contract, García Advising was born. No master plan, just a contract and a desire to help. Daniel led the nonprofit’s operations through the pandemic and helped them achieve their strategic goals. In 2021, Daniel stepped back from leadership into a support role for the nonprofit and began working with other organizations to help guide their strategy, operations, and strategic marketing.

In 2023, after years of operating as García Advising, Daniel made the decision to rebrand with a focus on what he really wants to accomplish. He went back to the WHY. And Rule 57 Consulting emerged.

It started with the mission, vision, and values. And the rebrand was built from there. Instead of being about me, it’s about you. Rule 57 Consulting is mission-driven to empower small businesses to succeed.

Daniel Garcia has extensive experience in operations management and a passion for small business development. A transplant to Colorado, Daniel spent most of his childhood in Pueblo before moving to Greeley, where he completed his education. He began his career with a national service company, quickly advancing and gaining expertise in managerial roles across Utah, Washington, and California. His work primarily involved enhancing operations and delivering management and technical training to company and franchise locations throughout the Western US.

In 2014, Daniel returned to Colorado to pursue his entrepreneurial dreams, opening both a retail and a service business in Loveland. His journey as a small business owner deepened his commitment to supporting local enterprises, propelling him to start consulting for other small businesses and nonprofits in 2019. During his tenure leading operations for a statewide nonprofit, Daniel played a pivotal role in expanding the organization’s virtual presence during the pandemic, significantly contributing to its strategic success and resilience.

Daniel holds an associate degree from Aims Community College and a bachelor’s degree in business management from the Monfort College of Business at the University of Northern Colorado. He is currently pursuing an MBA at Colorado State University, with certificates in Entrepreneurship & Innovation and Organizational Leadership.

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Have any questions? We are always open to talk about your business, new projects, creative opportunities and how we can help you.

"The most meaningful way to succeed is to help others succeed."

- Adam Grant
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