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I work with organizations inspired to boost creativity, increase productivity, and inspire wellness through empathic leadership.
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ICF Certified Life Coach, Podcast Host, and Founder of the Live More, Drink Less 30-Day Reset, Meg Daly presents a workshop on how to boost work-life balance, increase creativity and productivity by reducing or reevaluating our relationship with alcohol and or other habits that may hold one back.
Meg shares her own corporate life experience of feeling like she was “stealing time” from her employer when working while hungover from alcohol, drama, and burnout.
KEYNOTES & TAKEAWAYS
“Intuitive. Insightful. Inspiring.I’m not sure you can ask for more from a coach, but Meg is even more than that. She’s as genuine as they come, and she’ll challenge and support you in unique ways, both personally and professionally. We checked our egos and reservations at the door, and Meg helped our team create for ourselves a refreshing, motivating, and more productive new outlook. Can’t thank you enough, Meg. We’re hooked.”
– Dan McDermott, von Briesen & Roger, s.c.
“I was using the habit of alcohol as a crutch to calm my
overwhelm but it was actually fueling it. Once I stopped
letting happy hour ruin the other 22 hours of my day, I
started sleeping better, feeling lighter, and living better.
Now, I plan my nights based on how I want to feel the next
day.” – Meg Daly, Founder Of The 30-Day Reset
“I just wanted to let you know how marvelous you did today! You stole the show for sure! You are so authentic and a natural – people really loved your message! I heard only positive comments and how soothing you were and how they connected with you…you rocked it!! ”
– Kay Grundhoffer, Mid-State Technical College
Meg laid the groundwork of how to enhance our lives, our work and ourselves. She shared her own personal journey and the steps she took to make it real. Myself and the FOCUS membership would highly recommend Meg for your workplace or personal life…….sometimes the place we are used to is NOT where we belong.” – Kathy S. Hopp, Event Consultant
“You were a breath of fresh air and honestly just what I needed to hear.” -Lisa Bartnik, Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant
“I would highly recommend Meg Daly to lead your group through a Life Coaching session. In a short time, she had our whole group of Nonprofit leaders realizing past thought process patterns that might hold us from our potential. I have never seen anything like it. Meg successfully provided the atmosphere to help us break down our own personal barriers which held us back. Everyone who offers leadership training should include Meg in their portfolio of management trainers.” -Brenda Peterson, Executive Director, Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County
“When I started working with Meg I had two very specific hurdles to address in order to move my new business from “plan” to “Action”. An attentive listener, Meg asked very specific questions and was able to offer insight allowing us to arrive at “next steps” that, in just a few sessions, served to clear my mind and my path. Meg has provided a service that I will forever be grateful for as I now take my business to the next level with confidence.”
– Bridget Reilly
“Loving this program, Meg! So glad I said yes to this
transformation. You have a true gift and I’m grateful for
your sharing.” – 30-Day Reset Participant
I would highly recommend Meg Daly to lead your group through a Life Coaching session. In a short time, she had our whole group of Nonprofit leaders realizing past thought process patterns that might hold us from our potential. I have never seen anything like it. Meg successfully provided the atmosphere to help us break down our own personal barriers which held us back. Everyone who offers leadership training should include Meg in their portfolio of management trainers.”
– Brenda Peterson, Executive Director, Volunteer Center of Ozaukee County
“I’ve been seeing my coach for a year now. I have homework. At every session, we talk through whatever is going on or on my mind and she helps me figure out how to navigate my brain through itself.
She helps me be a better me. She pumps me up when I’m feeling down about something. She helps me believe I can change the world. She helps me change the world.
At the beginning of the year, I wrote my Manifesto for the year. A manifesto is a declaration of intention. I just re-read it. While I’m still working through it, I’ve been very dedicated to it.
What does that mean for me? It means that when I wrote it in January of this year, I meant it. That I wanted to do things, so I set the intention and then put in the work to make those things happen.
It’s awesome when you look back on something and it works out just as you imagined.
My coach is awesome.” – Jess Vento Director of Property Accounting
“I pulled out my notebook from the seminar I went to a year ago. I was reading the section on manifesting and what I would want my next role to be.
I found it, almost word for word! I am going to work for Stella and Chewy’s. It’s all about dogs (yes!!) and I get to bring them to work!
I am hoping this is my last job as I can’t imagine a better fit for what I am passionate about.
Thanks Coach Meg! You work small wonders in ways you might not see every day.
All the best!!!!”
– Joan Piatt, Trade Marketing Manager, Stella and Chewy’s
-Amber Hall, Assistant General Counsel & Assistant Corporate Secretary , Cox Enterprises