Improving profitability and gaining a competitive advantage with amazing talent retention and phenomenal employee satisfaction. Building positive and productive leaders and teams.
Understanding myself, my passion, and my personal life goals. Tackling my challenges and embracing my opportunities. Being positive, hopeful and optimistic about my future.
& Embracing Opportunities
The Ryzio program brings new perspective, new ideas and groundbreaking practices to people who want more in life and who are motivated to change.
Human Connection. Happiness. Success. Passion.
Can anybody really help you find or create connections, happiness, success and passion?
Can anybody really help you live life more fully?
Can anybody truly help you become a better leader?
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are nearly 600,000 therapists, coaches, counselors and social workers in America, along with another 300,000 educational, vocational, rehabilitation and school counselors. That’s nearly a million professionals who hold a job designed around helping and supporting people.
Hopefully, at least some of them are helping people to connect, be happy, be successful and embrace their passion. We know for a FACT that Ryzio is.
The Ryzio program works because our clients are an amazing and diverse group of people that want to improve themselves, their lives and their work.
- Some are in business, some are not. Some are athletes, some are bookworms. Some have worked with therapists in the past, some have never even considered it.
- ALL of them understand that happiness is not something you’re born with but is something you can learn and achieve.
- ALL of them understand that happiness is not in any way the absence of unhappiness.
- ALL of them understand that being a true leader and great relationship developer takes work, and a willingness to listen, understand and empathize.
- ALL of them understand positive human connection is a critical factor in life satisfaction.
- And all of them understand that there is hard work involved, and that there are no shortcuts to sustained happiness.