Achieving healthy balance and control
Individual coaching for Eric Tveter & his team
Getting into battle condition
Tveter’s racing driver son Ryan started the Hintsa programme in 2012. After just a few months Ryan’s self-confidence and racing performance had risen to a new level. Seeing his son’s progression, Tveter wanted the same experience for himself and his executive team. Their market was incredibly competitive and the company had a tough struggle ahead, thus, Tveter wanted to get his team into battle condition.
Tveter had some great foundations in place already before starting his Hintsa journey. He had taken care of his physical condition and his diet was sensible, but after forty and as his metabolism had slowed down, he had started to notice some weight gain. He didn’t consume much alcohol, but work-related ceremonial functions with food and drink were common. His weekdays as a CEO of a major organisation were hectic and unpredictable. His calendar was packed, and even though burnout was not lurking just behind the corner, Tveter believed he would benefit from better energy levels, that would help him improve the quality of his work.
Taking back control
Eric Tveter and eight of his executive team members started a year-long personal coaching programme, with dedicated Performance Coaches for each individual. Under Hintsa’s guidance, Tveter and his team began to focus on taking control and managing their energy levels. For Tveter himself there was room for improvement in many elements, but the first targeted change was in nutrition. Having achieved a better balance of this eating habits, more focus was put on physical activity and finding time for exercise in a busy schedule.
Emphasis was also put on life-control and finding ways to prepare for stress factors. “Hintsa’s team inspired our team and me personally with their passion, intelligence, and knowledge about living an active yet restful lifestyle supported by the establishment of a more deliberate life purpose. They stretched us into a more balanced group where we have and give more energy to ourselves and others.” Tveter comments.