Shawn Stringham and David Smowton sit down to discuss the benefits of virtual stress management strategies, and how to implement them in your life with the support of Zenovate.
Do virtual stress management strategies benefit individuals and organizations?
David answers that when companies implement stress management services “There is more creativity, more happiness, more productivity, more ingenuity, there is more coherence. There's a different paradigm in regards to how the corporate structure operates, where they have a value system instead of... you're just here for your time and money. There's a different mentality that's associated with that. And I feel like on a collective level we're growing as a species. We’re realizing what structures serve humanity and which ones are kind of outdated. So we're continuing to evolve in a corporate environment where they have these lifestyle practices as the bedrock of their company culture. They just get it. There are a lot of successful companies incorporating these holistic lifestyle practices.
So for some [companies] not incorporating that, they're missing out on profits... But more importantly, they're missing out on developing as a business owner and a leader, or a market visionary, or whatever it is that they identify themselves as… When you have a connection and you see the value of life, you improve your employees’ lives, and your business benefits from that. When your business benefits from that, the market benefits from that. When the market benefits from that, you know, it's awesome."
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Until just a few weeks ago when COVID-19 reared its ugly head, Amelia Wilcox was the Founder and CEO at Incorporate Massage, the 7th fastest-growing company in Utah. Bootstrapped from the ground up, Incorporate Massage was a national onsite corporate massage company. Recently named one of Utah’s Forty Under 40, Fast 50, and twice awarded Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year, Amelia grew her company exponentially from a local solo living-room service business to an international technology brand. Alongside a virtual team, Amelia leverages technology as the core of the business, providing meaningful, flexible work for over 1100 massage therapists across North America.
I say “was” but almost all of the above facts and tidbits still hold true. Amelia was and continues to be a highly respected business woman. The only change? Amelia is now the CEO and founder of Zenovate, formerly Incorporate Massage, a company which aims to provide virtual wellness and stress management to all of its clients. Being the founder of the company, Amelia was the only real choice to be the first guest on the Zenovate Yourself podcast. She sat down with Shawn Stringham and told a story of grit, determination, and an incredible pivot.
Currently Zenovate is offering small group and one on one sessions. However, everything is built out to support medium and large groups as well. This would make it possible for groups of 60 to 100 people to participate in company-wide yoga, or anything else that Zenovate has to offer. There are also pre-recorded sessions available that can be accessed at any time. After all, stress doesn’t wait until just before Wednesday afternoon yoga to strike. Anyone can access two free tracks. There are a lot of companies out there that are struggling with budget, but there is also a greater need than ever for mental health tools. Zenovate is excited to be able to offer something to everybody with Zero cost.
Interested? Head to Zenovate.com and sign up in our portal to access your free tracks!
Zenovate is the stress management platform for today’s workplace.
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