Let's start with two incredibly important definitions:


“Mental Optimization” – Meaning the optimization of your current mental operating system to perform as efficiently and effectively as possible toward your current mission.


“Human Capital” – Meaning the mindset, ability, and characteristics of everyone involved in a business or endeavor, including anyone who plays a part in helping you accomplish your goals.

In business terms, we might describe human capital as a combination of factors such as the following:

The traits one brings to the job — intelligence, energy, a generally positive attitude, reliability, commitment

One’s ability to learn — aptitude, imagination, creativity, and what is often called ‘‘street smarts,’’ savvy (or how to get things done)

One’s motivation to share information and knowledge— team spirit and goal orientation


Understanding this is core to our philosophy. We help organizations create the right collective mental environment and processes to execute on their mission and vision. What would it look like if work teams were driven and passionate about creating immense value for the business? It does not matter what the business does, what product is being sold, or the service offered; it is the people who drive and ultimately make the business thrive. If that is the truth, what can be done to make sure human capital is mentally optimized to be in a near-constant state of peak performance?


Everyone from executives to anyone directly interacting with customers can work together to foster an environment that supports growth, learning, and value. It is also crucial to aim at more fulfillment, not just more productivity. How engaged are we in creating value? What does that mean to the team? What is each individual's definition of success? Is it aligned with the teams? Fulfilled employees stay longer and attract the most loyal customers, and often time fulfillment comes from the alignment of values and knowing you did a job well done.


The most important resource for most companies is their employees. It can oftentimes, be difficult to find new team members for specific roles. In such an environment wouldn’t it make sense for a business to do everything possible to nurture and foster the growth of the good people they already have? One of the biggest reasons companies won't invest in the success of their human capital is a misconception about the ROI, the actual monetary investment, and its return, that they associate with corporate growth programs.


  • 21% greater profitability across industries
  • 41% reduction in absenteeism
  • 59% less turnover
  • 17% increase in productivity
  • 20% boost in sales
  • Workers who are aware of their strengths generate up to 29% more profits
  • The mean return on investing in leadership coaching is 7 times the initial investment
  • Of those who have received manager coaching, 80% say their work performance, productivity, and communication skills have improved

Those statistics all make a rather compelling case. Many businesses would traditionally use systems, processes, and SOP's, which are fantastic for just what they aim to accomplish, but too many times, businesses forget it takes humans to actually implement those plans. People are not robots who can just follow an algorithm to operate. Now more than ever, human capital needs to be optimized to better adapt to change, handle adversity, and create value. 


Many programs aim to improve these areas but fall short because they fail to take a holistic approach with a skilled, motivating servant leader who will work deeply with people to drastically improve results. Robby D'Angelo is one of those leaders. He comes from coaching elite athletes, top executives, and special forces and specializes in the optimization of human capital with the belief in creating personal value to the point of becoming undeniable. His clients learn how to reprogram their mindset for success and abundance through various techniques and disciplines but always with the focus on living an aligned, abundant life. Now, he has taken this experience and translated it into programs that take human capital teams to the next level.

When broken down, quantitative measurement methods tend toward cost, capacity, and time. In contrast, qualitative measures focus on value and human reactions. The quantitative tells us what happened, whereas the qualitative gives us some idea of why it happened.

The function of quality can only be generated by engaged human capital through the enhanced application of their intrinsic humanity, motivation, and learned skills. Human Capital knowledge, skill, and effort make a substantial difference in every situation.

Why do we want to help you tap into your human capital and capacity? The reason is simple, employee costs today can be anywhere from 20 percent to 70 percent of corporate expenses. Therefore, measuring the return on investment (ROI) in human capital is essential, while investing in improving its capacity and empowerment are crucial. Quality AND Quantity is the goal.

How do we help you tap into your company's human capital?

Unleash Your Empowerment Program: We've created a personal & professional growth program that engages your Human Capital by Empowering participants to adapt to challenges creatively and positively. Through personal development, participants will begin to overcome self-doubts, limiting beliefs, and unempowered mindsets encountered in their day-to-day lives.

The 6-month program called "Unleash Your Empowerment" starts with 12 weeks of group coaching focused on a needs-based selection of program topics. The initial 12 weeks of the program are followed by subsequent weekly group discussions, topical reinforcement, and further implementation for another 12 weeks.

Our goal is to aid in the development of the three types of human capital involved in the core of a high-performance business.

The three types of capital we focus on are human, structural, and relational (aka customers or members.)

The customer is part of the organization's human capital because any business's core mission should be to design, sell, and service its entire human capital experience. In other words, the customer's experience is part of the human capital evaluation.

This, of course, begs the question. How do we tap into human capital more efficiently to move the needle forward and drive revenue?

How do we utilize the demonstrated capacity of its human capital to create, share and enhance the growth and impact of the essential business activities?

Together we will develop a culture of personal and professional development that empowers human capital's performance to drive massive value toward the mission.

We aim to provide a mechanism for the entire team to more fully actualize their current strengths and abilities through the program. While also providing the framework for constantly improving their skills, confidence, engagement, and mindset.

Through this program, we will unleash the full power of your human capital into the marketplace.

Sample areas of growth include but are not limited to:

  • Responsibility (Personal) - Take ownership of your value and your success. If it is to be, it's up to me. The Intraprepreneur Mindset
  • Growth Mindset - Going beyond just learning from your mistakes… We are going to level up!
  • Set Programming - Your base operating system. Sometimes your phone needs an update.
  • Reprogramming - What operating system allows you to function effectively and efficiently with the least amount of stress on the hardware?
  • Self Talk - Language is the most powerful tool you have for writing the story of the world you want to create.
  • Upgrading your language - Understanding the power of intentionally using your tools to change your life.
  • Communication - how effectively and efficiently are teams able to collaborate and work together in a manner where everyone is mission-focused working together to bring out undeniable synergy.

To find out more about how we can optimize your human capital and get a free consultation click below!