Welcome to Sky's the Limit's Community Guidelines
If you honor your commitments and are respectful to others, you’ll be welcome as a member here. If you choose not to, your membership may be suspended.
Our purpose is to encourage human flourishing through business mentorship and entrepreneurship. We ask you to follow our community guidelines both on and offline. Yes, you heard that right, your offline behavior can lead to suspension of your membership here.
Below is a list of our community guidelines. If you violate any of them, your account may be suspended. We encourage you to report any behavior that violates these guidelines to our Member Experience Team.
1) Show respect for other members and for the purpose of this community
Keep private information private: You may not publish, post, or share other people's private information, including photos, email addresses, phone numbers, financial information and business ideas, without their express authorization and permission. Sky’s the Limit also has a zero-tolerance policy on predatory behavior of any kind. Anyone attempting to get other users’ private information for fraudulent, unethical, or illegal activity may be suspended.
Avoid conflicts of Interest: Do not create conflicts of interest, including solicitation (e.g., asking for funding or sales), or engaging in predatory lending or investing relationships that are not in the best interest of all parties involved, or inappropriately using other people’s ideas for your own gain. When in doubt, ask yourself, “Does this encourage human flourishing through mentorship and entrepreneurship, or does this primarily benefit me?” If your answer is the latter, please don’t do it.
Honor any requests to disconnect: Member communication, commitments, and collaborations on and offline are always voluntary. If it becomes necessary to end a mentoring or advising relationship, we encourage members to communicate their desire to end communication in a polite (but firm) way, and your communication must stop as soon as the request is received.
2) Contribute to a safe and inclusive community
No hateful conduct: Any content or behavior that promotes, advocates for, or condones racism, bigotry, hatred, or violence against individuals or groups based on factors like (but not limited to) race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, disability, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity is not allowed and is in direct conflict with the goals of this community.
Don’t abuse or harass: You may not engage in the targeted harassment of someone, or incite other people to do so. This includes stating that you wish or hope that someone experiences physical harm or engaging in online bullying.
Avoid exploiting minors: You must be 18 years of age or older to join Sky’s the Limit. As such, we do not allow images of unaccompanied minors. If you want to post photos of your children, please make sure that you are in the photo as well. If you see a profile that includes an unaccompanied minor, encourages harm to a minor, or depicts a minor in a sexual or suggestive way, please report it immediately.
No illegal businesses or usage: You may not use our service for any illegal activities. This includes selling, buying, or facilitating sales of illegal goods or services, as well as certain types of regulated goods or services. We also cannot serve entrepreneurs whose businesses engage in selling, buying, or facilitating sales of goods or services that are not legal at a federal level.
3) Be honest about yourself, your business, and your commitments
No impersonation: Don’t be fake. Be real instead. Do not impersonate, or otherwise misrepresent your identity, affiliation, connection or association with, any person or entity. This is not a space for parody accounts. Serious businesses and mentors only.
Participate: This community only works if we all use it. Reach out to others, schedule meetings quickly, and show up. If you aren’t active for more than a month, we may hide or suspend your account for inactivity.
Don’t ghost: Respond to messages the same day or as promptly as possible to avoid seeing your average response time drop. We track average response times for use in our recommendations, and we display them to the community. Commit to being on time to all scheduled meetings or providing 24 hours notice if needing to reschedule. Repeatedly missing or being late to meetings may lead to suspension of your membership.
No violating copyright or trademark infringement laws: If it’s not yours, don’t post it. If your profile includes any content that is copyrighted or trademarked by others, it’s best not to display it, unless you are explicitly allowed to do so.
Questions and Appeals
If you have any questions about these guidelines or if your membership is suspended and you would like to submit an appeal, please email our Program Team.
Copyright and Trademark Infringement
If it’s not yours, don’t post it. If your profile includes any content that is copyrighted or trademarked by others, it’s best not to display it, unless you are explicitly allowed to do so.