“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”
At REPEATit Excellence, WE
with companies to create a culture of learning and development. Our mission is to challenge and inspire individuals to expand the scope of their thinking outside of their comfort zone through thoughtful discussion, supported practice, and follow through.
in solutions, pertaining to challenges, in leadership development, sales development, and collaborating within the workplace by using specific communication techniques.
with companies all over the world to help them increase productivity, strive for excellence and mastery, and focus on lasting behavior changes that will gain long-term results.
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Specializing in partnering with you to create a culture of learning and development.
To challenge and inspire individuals to expand the scope of their thinking outside of their comfort zone through thoughtful discussion, supported practice, and follow through.
OUR CORE VALUES
We strive to instill excellence in every interaction we have with clients and participants in our learning experiences.
We believe that being authentic and genuine creates connection and extraordinary value for our clients.
We promise to serve our clients and participants with the utmost respect and provide the most positive experiences.
We are passionate about our clients and our ability to consistently ignite passion in others through our body of work.
Focus On Impact
We partner with our clients to bring the greatest impact to them, their employees, and their overall company goals.
It’s rare to find an upbeat, fun and pleasant yet challenging facilitator who keeps groups engaged but also brings relevant sales leadership, coaching and sales experience…unless you’re fortunate enough to find Andora!
Watch Ed Ross, President of Michigan & Manchester, interview Andora Gandy about behavior change and habits.
Teach Your Brain to Assume a New Habit
Research conducted by Psychology Today, shows that 46.9% of the time our brains are operating on autopilot. Routines like the route you take to work, where or what you eat for lunch, and even what emotion you choose to use to respond to specific situations are all habits. We create habits over time and when we decide to change them, our brain declines. It is simply less work to continue with a habit than “retraining” the brain to do something different. If you create a new routine, you will be able to teach your brain to assume the new habit rather than the old.
At REPEATit Excellence, we recognize how difficult it can be to change habits that create consistent, unproductive behaviors and that’s why we are committed to help you and your team “retrain” the brain by offering solutions that are: