Have you ever found a bunch of change under a
And, what did you do with it?
Save it in a jar? Spend it? Buy
a lottery ticket? Put it toward
Maybe, that change added up to about $5.
Is this your lucky day or what?!
Well, hang on, hold that thought.
This is 100 times better . . .
The average workplace wellness
program costs between $820 to $920
per employee per year (including
incentives). That’s about $68 to $77
per employee per month.
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That’s average, and that’s a lot of change.
Yet, what real “change” do you get for
that ($) change?
And, for all that ($)
change, have you found that
most of it leads to very little, if
any, sustainable behavior
Isn’t this the point ?
That change you found under the
sofa cushion . . .?
What if we told you, for not all
that much ($) change, it really
could lead to a change in lifestyle
behavior? And, what if we also
told you it would lead to reduced
and, increased morale and
Now, here’s some real change …
Now you’re getting “bang for the buck!”
What if we told you the difference is in how little ($)change it actually
takes to change behavior. There are a lot of variables involved in
motivating behavior change—and that’s what we do best! You’ll have
to trust us here… ours is not the “same old, same old” tired wellness
Under the right conditions, the right program…
We help create lifestyle changes that change behavior.
“We implemented the LoneStart Team Esteem Challenge twice at Rice Medical Center and
both times we were confident that our investment more than paid for itself not only in
documented BMI reduction, but in improved morale and engagement. LoneStart stressed the
importance of starting and maintaining a new conversation about health and the RMC
Challenge Facilitator made certain this conversation remained positive, relevant and
inclusive. We wanted everyone, including those who chose not to participate, to believe that
we were creating this opportunity because we valued them and their contribution to our
What LoneStart offers is the most intelligent strategy to improving the health status of an
organization that I have seen. I would suggest that implementing their behavioral strategy
is not only the smart thing to do; it’s the right thing to do.”
Richard Hoeth , President of Southwest Rural Hospital Consultants and Senior Hospital Management
Consultant at TMSI
Melinda West Seifert, co founder, LoneStart Wellness, www.lonestartnow.com,
Ask us just how little ($) change is really
required to engage your organization in
making lasting lifestyle behavior changes.
Find out what’s included and how you can
further reduce that amount . . .
Time for “change?”
(That would be our 5-Alive Plan… We
think you’ll find it a “game-changer.”)