Happiness Consulting
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        Personal and Executive Coaching


At Barefoot in the Sand, we collaborate with clients to help them create a culture that focuses on the positive and inspires employee happiness — a place they love to work! We help employees and leaders create a powerful mindset so that they build resilience (emotional strength) and increase their happiness.

Happiness Consulting

Where would your employees put themselves on this Happiness Continuum?

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Happiness Continuum

Your employees can increase their happiness and well-being . . . and spend most of their time at the right side of the continuum by having the knowledge, skills and tools to make it possible.

We work with organizations to learn about their employees and discover the challenges they face on the job, when it comes to everyday stresses. We then customize the happiness and resilience programs to make the learning experience meaningful for participants. We also provide personal and executive coaching to help individuals move beyond limiting beliefs to achieve amazing results.

Business people on the beach.
Happiness + Inspired Action = Success

This equation represents a shift in thinking. Often we believe that we need to work hard in order to be successful and then we’ll be happy. Instead, we start with happiness. When we are happy, we take inspired action toward our goals, which leads to success.

Benefits to Organizations

Overall, happy employees are:

  • More productive
  • Healthier
  • Better leaders
  • Resilient
  • More creative
  • Good at building relationships
  • Highly effective salespeople

When employees are unhappy, it:

  • Undercuts their creativity
  • Raises their stress levels
  • Lowers motivation and their ability to accomplish goals.

Happiness drives performance UPWARD!  And every business outcome improves.

Happy employees have, on average:

  • 31% higher productivity
  • 37% more sales
  • Less burnout
  • Less turnover, and
  • Their creativity is 3 times higher!