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Can Your Life Benefit from A Change of Perspective?

By strategicapinc | Jan 9, 2018

By: Gayle Abbott What can a change in perspective do for your life? Can it help you see something you didn’t see before? Can it make things clearer? Can it give you a fresh start? Can it help you grow and use more of your natural talents? Our perspective has a significant influence on what […]

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Hollywood Secrets — Are You Giving People the Reinforcement and Recognition they Desire? Part II

By strategicapinc | Aug 7, 2017

By: Gayle Abbott Remember the Best Seller Summit at the Hollywood Roosevelt and the insights it gave us that so many people really do value and crave being recognized and valued. Today we’re going to look at what we’ve heard from employees as well as practical actions we encourage you to consider. Employees have often […]

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Hollywood Secrets – Are you giving people the reinforcement and recognition they desire? Part 1

By strategicapinc | Jul 26, 2017

By: Gayle Abbott Attending the Hollywood Best Sellers Summit and Golden Awards Gala at the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel where the first ever Academy Awards were held in 1929 was a blur of excitement, experiences, new friendships and reinforced insights about people. The Best Sellers Summit brings together Experts from around the world that have […]

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Retention – An Employers Tree of Life

By strategicapinc | May 16, 2017

By: Elizabeth Weihmiller Have you ever taken the time to figure out how much turnover is costing your company? Many businesses we talk to and hear about have no issues with just firing and rehiring, but, what if by doing this you were missing the diamond in the rough? Maybe all that person needed was […]

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Mood vs. Attitude

By strategicapinc | Apr 14, 2017

By: Elizabeth Weihmiller I was facilitating our EQ (Emotional Intelligence) class for a client the other day and they asked me a question I had never thought about in-depth. I felt it was a great distinction and not one that is readily thought of. It is also an important distinction to remember for everyday life. […]

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