Technology Created Social Media Bubbles. Can it Burst Them Too?

When social media was first popularized, not long after the rise of the Internet itself, it seemed like a great equalizer. In the physical world, you barely rub shoulders with people that look and think different from you--online, there are endless possibilities to expose one's self to new lines of thought. The ability to connect with [...]

By | January 20th, 2017|Political Analysis|Comments Off on Technology Created Social Media Bubbles. Can it Burst Them Too?

5 Important Facts about Business Regulation

American businesses are worried about regulation more than ever before. According to a recent Deloitte survey, as told by Fortune in their fascinating cover story about red tape, American CFOs believe burdensome regulations to be the biggest threat to business behind a possible recession.

By | December 23rd, 2016|Business Trends and Insights, Nathan Sproul, Politics 101|Comments Off on 5 Important Facts about Business Regulation

Lincoln Strategy Group Recognized for Award Winning Campaigns

For 13 years, Lincoln Strategy Group (LSG) has been offering our clients customized solutions for their corporate public affairs and public relations' needs. Our strategies to meet those needs may include anything from creating a campaign management plan with a quantifiable impact to outlining a crisis communication program with winning messages that sway opinion. My [...]

By | November 10th, 2016|Business Trends and Insights, Nathan Sproul|Comments Off on Lincoln Strategy Group Recognized for Award Winning Campaigns

Nathan Sproul| Are Undecided Voters Really That Undecided?

As Election Day is upon us and voters young and old come together at their local polling stations or send off their absentee ballots to cast their votes, I’ve been thinking more about how important it is to vote. It baffles me that so many young Americans who are legally able vote choose not to [...]

By | November 8th, 2016|Industry News and Research, Political Analysis, Politics 101|Comments Off on Nathan Sproul| Are Undecided Voters Really That Undecided?

What Makes People Trust the News

With so much bias and political slant in the news (even when the media claims to be unbiased), and with so many news outlets to choose from, it can be hard to know which one to trust. It seems that most people have a go-to news station or website they get their news from, but [...]

By | November 3rd, 2016|Industry News and Research, Nathan Sproul|Comments Off on What Makes People Trust the News

GOP Up-and-Comer: Brian Sandoval

In most walks of life, being labeled as an “up and comer” at age 53 might seem a bit questionable. Fifty-three is, after all, closer to the average age of retirement in the United States than it is to the age one would normally associate with a rising star. But Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval is [...]

By | October 25th, 2016|Nathan Sproul|Comments Off on GOP Up-and-Comer: Brian Sandoval

Nathan Sproul|How to Use Curiosity in Business

Research suggests that curiosity is the key to life satisfaction and career satisfaction. Promoting curiosity isn’t child’s play; rather, curiosity has a valuable place in every winning business strategy. In 2014, the Harvard Business Review proclaimed “Curiosity Is as Important as Intelligence.” In a world that “has never been more intricate,” the idea of curiosity [...]

By | October 19th, 2016|Business Trends and Insights, Nathan Sproul|Comments Off on Nathan Sproul|How to Use Curiosity in Business

Nathan Sproul| Senate Race to Watch: Missouri

The Missouri Senate race between Roy Blunt and Jason Kander is, in a word, tight. Blunt, the incumbent Republican senator currently holds a roughly 2-point lead on his Democratic foe according to Real Clear Politics. With almost all recent polling data giving the edge to Blunt, it’s easy to become complacent, though neither Blunt nor [...]

By | October 18th, 2016|Nathan Sproul, Political Analysis, Political Races to Watch|Comments Off on Nathan Sproul| Senate Race to Watch: Missouri