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No time? No excuse! Health takes more effort than time

No time is no excuse. Stop saying you don’t have time! Is time really the issue? Life is busy, and it’s easy for us to become consumed by our hectic work schedules. Have you ever said you “don’t have time”? Of course! We all have, but some people let it limit their potential and progress over the long term. The truth is, no …
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Leadership Tips: Are You a Leader, or a Limiter?

Are you a leader, or a limiter? This may seem like a simple question, but few people look deeper than the surface and what it means to be a leader, or a limiter. At the base level, your outcomes in life come down to YOU! It’s important to keep in mind that everything you do in life is part of a chain reaction. …
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Sitting VS. Standing: Which is Best Working From Home?

Sitting VS. standing… which is better when working from home? Have you heard the term “sitting is the new smoking”? As catchy as it may be, I disagree with the statement in an important way. My version definitely isn’t as catchy, but I believe it’s more realistic and helpful for people to understand. IMHO, the statement should read… “the mental and physical health …
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Does your brain need a software update?

Pillar #1 of my book The Fitness Curveball is focused on transforming your mindset. When was the last time your computer updated its software? Probably recently… and perhaps during your most important meeting of the day! All jokes aside, the fact is, we update our computers regularly but rarely think about updating the software running on our brain. Wait a minute…software in our …
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How to Make and Break Habits. PLUS…3 Daily Success Habits

Pillar #2 of my book The Fitness Curveball is focused on building healthy habits. We all have habits. The question is, is more of yours working for you or against you? In reality, there’s always a mix. Some habits are positive, some neutral, and some negative. The key is to get more of your habits working for you and less working against you. Sounds simple, …
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Why do you workout?

Pillar #3 of my book The Fitness Curveball is focused on movement foundations. Why do you workout? This seemingly simple question has a profound impact on the results you get…from workouts and life. For most of the population (and perhaps you too), the two most common responses are: To Lose WeightTo Get Fit (aka to look good) While I know this is the reality that …
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What people get wrong about nutrition

Pillar #4 of my book The Fitness Curveball is focused on how to fuel your body for success. The food you eat can be eitherthe safest and most powerful form of medicineor the slowest form of poison. — Ann Wigmore Food = Fuel Food is essential to life, amazing in taste, diversity, and the power it possesses to heal and fuel our body. However, …
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Rave Reviews

(CSP)

Tim inspires audiences everywhere to experience renewed happiness health and performance

Brian Lee

(CSP)

(Entuitive)

Sometimes it’s hardest to take well-known topics such as health, wellness, and mindset, but bring a fresh, inspiring, and though-provoking perspective. That’s exactly what Tim did. I’m now looking at life and taking action through a completely new lens!

Ian Washbrook

(Entuitive)

(Paramount Resources)

Tim challenged us to think about the purpose (meaning) and passion our lives have. Even better, his simple strategies helped shift our mindset to be more positive, productive, and happy at work on a day to day basis.

Llew W

(Paramount Resources)

(CEO, Custom Learning Systems)

Tim delivers a “refreshing wake-up call” to every audience.

Brian Lee

(CEO, Custom Learning Systems)

(RCMV LLP)

This topic was perfect for our office setting. After the session, people were eager to incorporate Tim’s suggestions into their daily routines. Thank you Tim for delivering such a relevant and interesting talk! Tim’s session was informative and engaging. He is a great presenter who easily holds an audience’s attention.

Diana Richmond

(RCMV LLP)

(National Energy Board)

The presentation was a great wake up call and I saw immediate benefit! I found this session so useful I made a point of sharing the demonstrated exercises with my team!

Candice

(National Energy Board)

(20Vic Properties)

Tim’s session was a good refresher about the risks of a sitting-based job, but also gave hope and inspiration that you can help yourself by moving each day!

Margaret

(20Vic Properties)

(PEO Canada)

It was a great success all around. Tim’s session kick started the Healthy Lifestyle Initiative at our company. He kept employees engaged and excited through the whole presentation.

Jessica West

(PEO Canada)

(Canadian Oil Sands)

A series of excellent presentations. Tim managed to keep our diverse work group engaged. I highly recommend his sessions to energize your team. It’s Day 1 and our group is already using his healthy office tips!

Laureen DuBois

(Canadian Oil Sands)

(Dream REIT)

Tim is incredibly passionate about his work and has the ability to inspire and motivate others. After booking him many times, his messages continue to resonate with our employees.

Sharlene McKillop

(Dream REIT)

(Calgary Board of Education)

Very engaging with a good sense of humour. Tim kept us active and interested at the end of a long day. He highlighted small, but powerful changes we can make each day, and inspired us to start taking action on them!

Tracy C

(Calgary Board of Education)

“The elevator to success is out of order, but the stairs are always open.”

- Zig Ziglar

“Those who do not make time for wellness will be forced to find time for illness.”

- Earl of Derby

“Be very proud of all that you’ve accomplished. But never be satisfied.”

- Bruce Lee

“Health can be judged by which you take two at a time… pills or stairs.”

- Alexander von Humbolt

“Whether you think that you can, or that you can’t, you are usually right.”

– Henry Ford

“Today I will do what others won’t, so tomorrow I can accomplish what others can’t.”

“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.”

– Zig Ziglar

“Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.”

– Lou Holtz

“Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out.”

– Robert Collier

“What would you attempt to do if you knew you would not fail?”

– Robert Schuller

“Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude.”

– Ralph Marston

A successful day starts the night before

Take at least 1 minute every hour to move your body

Mindset is the filter through which you see the world… and YOU control it!

Habits are the framework through which we implement our mindset

Quality of movement is more important than quantity

Start your day with a strategically planned morning routine

Energy is a renewable resource. Put simple “on demand” strategies in place to renew it!

Food is the fuel for your mind and body. Know where yours comes from… and choose wisely!

Before you go to bed at night, write down your top 3 goals for tomorrow

Sleep is the most underrated aspect of health and performance

Stress is essential to performing at your best. Learning to optimize your stress is the key!

66 out off 100 employees report HIGH job STRESS