Better life.
Better performance.

Upgrade your life and unlock your full potential

We believe there is no such thing as work–life balance. There is only life and it’s changing fast. From Formula 1 to Fortune 500, we see our clients facing similar challenges. Maintaining a healthy balance and performing at full potential is increasingly difficult in a hyper-connected and fast-paced world.
Our mission is to guide individuals, teams and organisations to enjoy better life, and consequently, better performance. Over the past 20 years our science-based method has been tested in the most challenging environments of business and sports. Learn how we can guide you on your journey.

Better life belongs to everyone

We want you to live the best possible life and enjoy improved performance. We offer coaching and digital wellbeing services to individuals, teams and entire organisations. All our services have a robust evidence base and stem from the same concept where high performance is built on a foundation of holistic wellbeing.

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To be well is to be whole

We believe that wellbeing is a holistic concept. In order to improve our performance, we first need to think carefully how all the elements in our life and environment interact. We don’t believe in fast solutions, but sustainable change takes time. No one is perfect but everyone can be a little better, one day at a time.

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Hintsa at WEF

Shaping a better future at the World Economic Forum

This year, the World Economic Forum gathers global leaders to its annual meeting in Davos, to develop a shared understanding of what it means to shape a better future in our fractured world. For the third successive year, the Hintsa team has been invited to lead a session to discuss whether a wellbeing focus and better attention management could be part of the solution.

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January 18, 2018

Shaping a Better Future – a Preview to Davos 2018

— James Hewitt

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3 easy steps to improve your physical activity in 2018

— Lee Eldridge

December 1, 2017

The real risk of automation: boredom

— James Hewitt

"In order to be able to focus and give your maximum, it is important to have the right professionals around you. I've got a team of people working hard to help me achieve my goals and pushing me forward."

— Sebastian Vettel, Four-time Formula 1 World Champion

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