No, Possibility Management is not a sect. At the same time, such a question is always appropriate. To come to an answer the questioner should define for themselves what a sect is. At the core of a sect is usually a person of questionable character implementing a plan to benefit from the sect members. The members should do what the sect leader says rather than doing what they actually want to do themselves. Typically the sect leader demands power, money, sex or other services of the followers, who are expected to diminish themselves and obey the teachings and commands of the sect leader. As a trade-off, they may hope to find the false security of belonging to “the family,” or receiving “salvation.” The followers have many duties and few or no rights.
Possibility Management produces the opposite of a sect. There is nothing to believe in. Everything will be tested by your own experimenting. Step-by-step you gain the clarity and power to take a stand for yourself and walk your path in order to unfold your beneficial talents to serve the world and bring your true calling to life. Possibility Management is a way to find and actively live your authentic vocation. Consequently, the tools of Possibility Management are copyleft and open code, meaning no license fees are charged for the trainers. Because of this Possibility Management can be further developed by anyone who understands the ideas and can generate the context of radical responsibility.