“There is no such thing as work-life balance. We have one Life.” Janice Marturano, General Counsel, General Mills

“One of the primary obstacles keeping many businesses from adopting more sane and sustainable metrics of success is the stubborn – and dangerously wrongheaded myth - that there is a trade-off between high performance at work and taking care of ourselves. This couldn’t be less true.” Thrive, Arianna Huffington

“The relationship between overwork and loss of productivity is consistent regardless of nationality or culture. According to 2012 numbers from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), among European countries, Greece was number one in hours worked, Hungary second and Poland third. Their productivity rankings were 18, 24, and 25 (dead last.) Working the fewest hours were the Dutch, Germans and Norwegians, who came in at 5, 7 and 2 for productivity.”  Thrive, Arianna Huffington

Employees’ health is one of the most important predictors of the company’s health.

Our life spans about thirty thousand days.  

How we spend our time and energy determines what we value



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    Sheila helps people get unstuck,  productive, and happy as an authenticity and happiness coach. She is dedicated to people living in a more integrated way, taking care of self, family, and community without feeling splintered by life's demands.

    Working with small businesses, non-profits, corporations, and individuals, she integrates neuroscience, horses, activity, and nature into her coaching for faster learning and fun, as well as greater insight and innovation.

    She works as part of a team with Cheryl Ridall- Activity Coach, and MJ Endres - Artistry Coach.

    Cheryl Ridall comes from 25 plus years in collegiate Athletic Coaching at the University of Texas and Corporate Wellness and Fitness for several large high tech companies bringing the perspective of what is working and what is missing in the wellness realm. Cheryl can highlight where the biggest levers are, how to add more robustness to corporate wellness programs for outcomes that drive more integrated living and therefore sustainable business productivity, as well as how each of us individually can enhance our vitality and health.


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