The short version: chaoticcancellation is your back office

chaoticcancellation has evolved, simply we want to help you cancel the chaos within. We help manage your project from start to finish, helping you stay organized and focused on what is important: your business and the reason you started your business. We handle all the accounting details and paperwork from daily entry to dealing with the IRS.


The long version is about revolutionary change, changing the chaos into order, change your ideas, change your world.


According to Chinese symbolism, the juxtaposed elements of this revolution hexagram are fire under water. Fire evaporates water, and water  puts out fire. Change often causes conflict; conflict brings about change. This hexagram refers to that time in the cycle of human affairs when things need stirring up, and when the hint of dramatic change is in the air.

In order to succeed, revolutions must be in alignment with certain immutable laws. They must begin at the right moment, gather support from a broad-base of people, be guided by sincere and capable leaders and – most important of all – must address a real need. The strength of the forces of change will always be in proportion to the urgency of the need being championed. This is true whether the revolution is in government, in business, in education or in one’s personal affairs. We are that change, that revolution that changes your chaos into order.

Revolutionary change points to a time when chaos arises from order. It is important to realize that not all order is good, not all chaos bad. Chaos, in fact, is an integral part of the way of things – as any parent (and modern science) will confirm. Have the courage to radically change and renew the way you present yourself. In this way, you can summon chaos to your cause, and you will unleash a new power on your behalf. If engaging in a negotiation, change the rules; if composing a piece of music, add the unexpected; if courting a lover, dare to be unconventional.

In periods of drought, even wild storms are preferable to yet another sunny day.