CAPITAL (kap’et ‘l) 1) Assets used to produce wealth or success, which may be either monetary, mental or behavioral in nature
2) An advantage or asset
CONSULTING (kun-sult) 1) The action of seeking information or advice
Welcome to CAPITAL CONSULTING
In order for companies and individuals to become and remain successful, they must have enough capital. The capital that most often comes to mind is property, machinery, operating cash, and other physical assets. However, there are other types of capital that are every bit as important for success as these, but seldom considered, much less sought out and implemented into daily business practice, or our personal lives. The other type of capital needed is behavioral. This type of capital is an asset as valuable than any computer or delivery truck owned by a company or individual, yet never shows up on a profit and loss statement or bragged about to friends and colleagues.
Behavioral capital is a umbrella term for the mental assets of a company or person, such as ideas, processes, creative and intellectual property, problem solving, deductive reasoning, negotiating, facilitating, mentoring, information sharing, team building, just to name a few. Above these and all others is a behavior asset more valuable than all others and is seldom spoken of, this is the asset of mental support and reassurance that everyone needs. This particular asset is missing in almost every boardroom and living room across the country, noticeably missing.
One of the most common reasons that both companies and individuals fail, or do not grow, is that they are under-capitalized. The good news is that this doesn’t have to be true any longer and can be changed.
CAPITAL CONSULTING is a professional company dedicated to providing its clients high content, high impact partnerships necessary for business profitability, production, enhanced work environments, and personal abundant living.
Our vision at Capital Consulting is to help people and companies excel. This is done by helping companies maximize of their biggest asset, their employees. By investing in their employees they invest in themselves more so than if they had build a new plant or office. This is done by helping individuals realize that they are the creators of their own destiny and they must invest in their own metal capital to force life to pay the price they demand of it.