Stress & Wellness
Lifestyle Changes Change Your Life
“…your use of life lessons in the presentation helped illustrate how
lifestyle changes can be successfully incorporated into our daily lives.”
Joyce Seal – President, United Methodist Women (DE)
STRESS…an epidemic linked to chronic health conditions such as:
high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, depression, anxiety, and obesity.
WELLNESS…a lifelong process of making choices that will lead to a more balanced and fulfilling life.
Nicolle has experienced exactly how chronic stress can lead to serious health crises. As a breast cancer “thriver” with a holistic approach to health and well-being, she will help you navigate your wellness journey by addressing stress and its physical, mental, emotional, financial, and occupational impact. Nicolle’s programs are tailored to fit your organizational challenge or event theme, and include practical strategies that are easy to remember and implement wherever you are.
your health ~ a matter of life and death
don’t let a diagnosis be the wake-up call that
forces you to examine your practices
stop stress from wreaking havoc in your professional and personal life
“Nicolle always brings to us a fresh insight into the problems and situations facing our female and male members each day.”
Marjorie Eckerd, President
Women’s Council of Realtors (DE)
Wellness in the Workplace
80% of employees report experiencing workplace stress. Occupational stress may be the most important business challenge of the 21st century. Nicolle works with leaders to improve the health of their employees AND the economic health of the organization.
“Preventing the War Zone: Combating Stress in Your Daily Work Life”
• create a true workplace culture that supports a healthy lifestyle
• decrease absenteeism and team tension, increase job satisfaction and productivity
• empower employees and enhance the workplace environment
Wellness in Women
Women are more obese and report higher levels of stress when compared to men. This combination may lead to heart disease, the leading cause of death in women. Nicolle helps women understand what they are eating and more importantly, what’s eating them.
“Stressed Spelled Backwards = Desserts”
• identify and manage your personal stress triggers
• exchange old stress habits with healthy habits to fuel your lifestyle
• replace food as a coping mechanism so that you eat to live, and not live to eat
Managing stress and achieving wellness is a journey.
The lifestyle choices that you make, or fail to make, impact the quality of your health.
If you don’t know where to start or how to continue moving forward, let’s talk.
You’ll be NspireD…to make a change!