Airing weekdays at 7:30 A.M. on

Airing weekdays at 7:30 A.M. on

Life coach Roy Assad has helped professionals for more than 20 years. As founder and managing partner of The Human Capital Group, Roy empowers and transforms people, teams, and organizations, resulting in profound positive changes both in and out of the office.

Now, Roy is at The Balancing Act studio ready to share his all-time favorite secrets to a great relationship:

  1. Intimacy – Let someone into your life.
  2. Fellowship – Create a friendship with one another. Make sure to share a few meals together each week!
  3. Independence – Give your partner space.
  4. Experiences – Less stuff and more memories.
  5. Engagement – Always listen and ask.

Founded in 2003, The Human Capital Group offers customized strategies and corporate training plans to help executives and entrepreneurs build a life and career they love. Roy focuses on eliminating roadblocks to allow his clients to capitalize on their talents and maximize their personal and professional success.

Drawing from his own experience as an accomplished businessman, entrepreneur, restaurateur, and now publisher, Roy has developed a unique insight in the dynamics of business and mastered the arts of networking, negotiation, and bridge-building–all key ingredients to success.

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