Our founder, Mia Kyricos, is a globally respected thought-leader in the business of wellness, hospitality and brand strategy. Her work and expertise has been featured in The New York Times, LA Times, Skift, Smart Money, Hotel Business, Travel Weekly, Real Simple, Market Watch and more. Below are authored white papers, articles and insights designed to help people to live and lead well—and love more—around the world.
In a world still gripped by a pandemic, 21st century companies are under pressure to care for the wellbeing of people, community, and planet. At the same time, everyone from Hollywood to The Wallstreet Journal are talking about wellness, and not necessarily in a good way. How do we rise above the noise and drive business performance with a true systems approach to wellness and wellbeing moving forward?READ PAPER
As business leaders reﬂect on 2020, and work to optimize their leadership behaviors in the New Year, there are practical, economical and impactful ways to prioritize wellbeing for themselves and their teams. The only potential cost is ego and a genuine willingness to operate diﬀerently in 2021. To learn more, read the white paper or contact us to discuss potential keynote speaking or company training opportunities.READ PAPER
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From high-performance companies to purpose-driven organizations, is LOVE – traditionally a four-letter word in commercial environments – a business strategy worthy of serious consideration? To learn more, read the white paper or contact us to discuss potential keynote speaking or company training opportunities.READ PAPER
We’re often asked: “How do you brand wellness?” To start, we can’t answer this without first answering “what’s branding?” Therefore, this article breaks down the basics of managing brand perception as well as provides our top five tips for branding...wellness.READ ARTICLE
Imagine some of the world's most prominent hotel and wellness brands partnering with some of the world's most forward-thinking medical institutions. Wouldn’t our healthcare system look a little different? This article draws the parallel between “hospitality” and “hospitals” (they do share the same root word) to provide insights in the potential for moving healthcare forward in positive and transformative ways.READ ARTICLE