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Win Wellbeing

finding joy on the journey


Monday Matters

Coach 2 Coach

Finding Joi on the Journey

2 Competitive Greatness


Joi Williams

Clemson University Women's Basketball Director of Quality Control

Credentials: Joi’s

10 Moments:

  • 2019 Patterson Sports Ventures, Certified Sports Life Coach

  • 2019 - present, Clemson University Director of Quality Control, Women’s Basketball

  • 2017 - Assistant Coach, WNBA San Antonio Stars

  • 2007-2016 UCF Athletics Association Inc. Head Coach, Women’s Basketball

  • 2003-2007 Murray State University Head Coach, Women’s Basketball

  • 2002-2003 Clemson University Assistant Coach, Women’s Basketball

  • 1984-1988 University of South Florida Bachelor Science, Marketing


Tuesday 2 Make It Happen

Athlete 2 Athlete

Finding Joy on the Journey

2 Competitive Greatness


Khalia Lanier

Professional Volleyball Player for Volley Bergamo

Credentials: Khalia’s

10 Moments:

  • Plays professional volleyball internationally

  • 2018 and 2016 AVCA and Volleyball Magazine All-America honorable mention

  • 2018 AVCA All-Pacific South Region Team

  • 2018, 2017 & 2016 Pac-12 All-Conference Team

  • 2018 and 2017 Pac-12 Preseason All-Conference Team

  • 2017 and AVCA and Volleyball Magazine first-team All-American

  • Three-time Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week

  • 2017 AVCA National Player of the Week

  • 2016 Pac-12 Freshman of the Week

  • 2016 Gatorade National Volleyball Player of the Year (High School)

  • 2016 Volleyball Magazine High School All-American

  • 2016 Under Armour All-American

  • 2015 Gatorade Arizona Player of the Year

  • MaxPreps No. 1-ranked Recruit

  • 2013 and 2014 Nike Tournament of Champions Most Valuable Player

  • 2011 USAV Future Select Team

  • Helped U.S. U18 Youth National Team to the 2015 World Championship silver medal

  • Human Biology Degree from USC

  • 17th player in program history to reach 1,000 career kills


Wednesday Win Wellbeing

Executive 2 Executive

Women 2 Women

Finding Joy on the Journey

2 Wellbeing


Nicole Maas

Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Kitchell

Credentials: Nicole’s

10 Moments:

  • Vice President of Marketing and Communications for Kitchell 

  • Named by Phoenix Business Journal as an Outstanding Woman in Business in 2018

  • University of Phoenix, MBA 2005

  • University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, 2001


Thursday Things 2 Think About

Life Athlete 2 Life Athlete

Finding Joy on the Journey



Jane Cebrynski

Certified Sports Life Coach

Credentials: Jane’s

10 Moments:

  • Attending my nieces wedding and celebrating my dads 85th birthday at the same time

  • My son cameron graduating from the UofA

  • My son Brian getting his real estate license

  • Teaching a yoga class with a really special group

  • Meeting one of my fellow sports life coaches Melissa Luellen, also head coach for Auburn women’s golf



  1. Change Formula: Relate- New Hope; Reframe- New Thinking; Repeat- New Skills; Practice! Practice! Practice!

  2. Be in alignment with your goals. Find someone who has been successful with the goal you are aiming to achieve in order to have the relate component. Then surround yourself with a support team to have accountability and people around you who will help you reach your gaol.

  3. Be a cheerleader for yourself. Have fun with your commitment; think of it as a challenge where you are being intentional and competitively great for you.



  1. How to be Competitively Great for You vs Against Others. Normally when we hear the word ‘competitive’, we think there must be a winner and loser. Rather, our definition incorporates prioritizing what is important to you, figure out what really matters to you, and hold yourself accountable to the greatness you want to achieve at your very best.

  2. Truth: Figure out what your truth is; Respect it; Own it; Learn from it; and become a better you because of it so you can help others. Faith: Trust in yourself; Trust in the process; Trust in the people you choose to share life with. Love: RELAT10NSHIPS, RELAT10NSHIPS, RELAT10NSHIPS- Be 4 each other and grow your team.

  3. Stats. If something is a 10, it does not necessarily mean it is perfect – more importantly, it means that it matters to you. If your definition of perfection means there are no performance barriers or struggles along the way, the odds of failure are higher compared to when you are willing to push through the tough times.



  1. RELAT10NSHIPS. Anchor in love and connect to one another, even if virtually. Some may not always be on the journey with you, but the power of love knows no distance.

  2. Discover what matters to you. Am I being for myself and the other person? Is this relationship worth investing my time, energy, and emotions into? Remember your definitions of relationships. 

  3. B4U. Check in with yourself before you check in with the other person. At times, internal reflecting is a great winning strategy to make sure you know where you are at and what you want before you go for it.

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  1. Healthy organizations, healthy people. Honor the health and wellbeing of each individual person. This way, everyone can come to work and contribute at optimal performance while feeling like a 10 compared to a lower stat.

  2. Start by leading yourself. Then lead by listening to others and their needs to reach a level of collective leadership for transformational change.

  3. Human 2 Human CONNECT10N. Acknowledge the importance of the hierarchy of leadership. All roles are essential to winning wellbeing no matter the level.



  1. Intensity vs INTENT10NALITY.  Recognize the difference between the grind and being intentional with your time, energy, and emotions to go for what you want. Another way of looking at it is the monkey mind vs. really peeling it back to being intentional with what you want.

  2. Embrace the uncomfortableness when going for change. Just like training for other things you have done, it requires consistency, ritual and routine, stretching beyond what feels good, extra time and effort and energy  Live through the pain points and anchor in the winning strategies to push through it.

  3. Recognize the feeling of burnout compared to the feeling of desire and passion. Change your mentality to “I get do this” rather than “I should do this”.



  1. Don’t give up. Keep going. Things happen for a purpose and a reason in your life, and you may not see it in the moment but it is ultimately helping you grow and become a stronger person.

  2. Performance 2 PREPARAT10N: Use the stats tool (rating on a scale of 1-10) and take your time to make sure your ideas or projects are a 10 before moving forward. Ask for what you need and be receptive when it comes to feedback.

  3. Be for each other and anchor in the Power of Team. Sometimes what is a 10 for you is not a 10 for those around you, so it is important to be considerate and ask what others need in addition to yourself. Be INTENT10NAL and open so everyone’s stat can become a 10.



  1. Symbolism. Take a tangible item that  represents something you want to get rid of or change and physically throw it away. This strategy will help to empower you to transfer that symbolism over into reality.

  2. Take the time to find the 10 Moments. Focus on maximizing your 24 golden nuggets and what you can do with them, rather than wasting energy on what you do not have.

  3. GIVEHOPE: Tell people you are proud of them and that they are doing a great job – sometimes, there is not enough of that in today’s world. Connect and be curious about others and their story. We are all on our own beautiful journeys and every single one of our lives matter.



  1. Radical Equality: Celebrate differences and come together to be competitively great for each other. Have the Courage 2 Care for everyone around you, no matter their differences.

  2. Do something different every day. Having Rituals and Routines is a great winning strategy, but making small commitments to step outside of your comfort zone such as sitting with a new teammate or getting to know a person outside of your circle will start to create new connections and conversations.

  3. Every moment matters. Are you practicing at a level 10? Are you saying yes to things that scare you? Don’t take the little moments for granted.



  1. Go out on the balcony. This is huge for emotional management – it will help you to step outside of your emotions and see the situation from a new perspective with clarity. What do you want to do with this new perspective moving forward? What are your values and what’s important to you?

  2. Anxiety 2 ACT10N: Have a support team when it comes to purchases that may be daunting. With the power of team on your side, you will be able to really be for you and have confidence to make healthy choices.

  3. Pressure 2 PASS10N: Be a lifelong learner. Do one thing every single day that will help you to grow and evolve and be a better person for yourself and those around you. Getting coached is a great way to receive advice and examine how you want to live your 10 life.



  1. INTENT10NAL RELAT10NSHIPS: Define what relationships mean to you. Communicate your thoughts and be looking for the good in people. If someone is doing something good, tell them – give back to the other person.

  2. Fear 2 Fabulous: Think about what you are grateful for. Shifting your mindset towards being thankful will help lead you away from thoughts of fear or failure.

  3. Criticism 2 COMPASS10N: Let people know you are here for them and will support them. Connecting to a bigger purpose will help you to push out of the criticism factor and anchor in love to find what matters.



  1. Triangle breathing. When we find ourselves having a lot of anxiety and not being able to calm down, this technique is perfect for lowering your arousal.

  2. Breathe in what you want and breathe out what you don’t want. Focus on what you want and let go of all of the noise.

  3. Know when to breath during your performance. Inhaling a few moments before doing a movement that requires a lot of power will help to fill your lungs to capacity, followed by the exhale during your action or movement to maximize your power.



  1. Invest in women. Coaching is so much more than leading a team – we have the opportunity to empower women not only in athletics but all those around us. Happiness does not depend on anyone else; you are capable of going for anything.

  2. Bring your team together. Consider all of the moving parts of your organization rather than just your players – the coaching staff, department, support team – to ignite that power of team and help them realize their strengths.

  3. Elevate and inspire. Having your 3D life in alignment personally, professionally, and philanthropically is huge wining strategy so we do not get caught up in solely our professional lives. Giving hope doesn’t have to be of great magnitude; it is a gift we can give at any time to anyone.



  1. Whole Wellbeing: Wellbeing is not just physical and nutrition – there are many different components to wellbeing, such as emotional, financial, and spiritual standpoints.

  2. Me, We, & World Model: Take good care of me so I can take care of the we. Be there for your team and ask how you can serve and support them. Then translate that to the world – how can you make a difference in your surrounding community?

  3. It is never too late to go for what you want. We get to keep growing and evolving no matter where we are at in our lives. We are always changing and discovering – you never know what tomorrow is going to bring you.



  1. Be where your feet are. Staying present in the moment and being able to live it to give it will help your athletes follow your lead.

  2. Share your love that you have with your players. Cultivate a culture on the foundation that your love for them is not contingent on wins and losses, but it is something much deeper than that.

  3. Define success as an organization. Show your support and give hope to help everyone within your team find that love and be competitively great for each other.



  1. Doubt 2 DETERMINAT10N: Honor the emotions that show up, take the time to process why you are having them, and decide what you want to do with them.

  2. Get to know the process of grieving. When we go through a loss of anything that matters to us, we experience grief – an emotional journey through denial, anger, depression, bargaining, acceptance, in no specific order.

  3. Be Competitively Great for Me and What Matters 2 Me: The first step in understanding the conversations we are having with ourselves in our head, is asking yourself, “is it true?” If it is true, what do you want to do about it? If it is not true, let it go.



  1. Remember rest and recovery. Being a competitor makes us think that the grind will work on everything that we do, and it’s important to remember to listen to our bodies and put ourselves first.

  2. Always have an open mindset. Shifting your thinking to put a positive spin on what may normally be considered negative will help you come out on the other side.

  3. Have a support team. Sometimes we just need a fresh perspective, and asking for help is a sign of strength.



  1. Embracing Change: How do you honor what works for you personally and create winning strategies to embrace change and also win professionally? Honor Training – focus on the Desired Outcome vs the pain of the change.

  2. How 2 Train to Win the Week – Week 2 Week Mindset: Respect the constant change that is happening. How? Be willing to try it; ability to change it; constant evaluation – what is working? I will keep it; what is not working? How can I make it work?

  3. Life-Style Living: Focus on Work Life Alignment. What lifestyle choices are you making? Are you going for what you want?



  1. Get out of “me” and into “we”. If our mentalities are in the “me” mindset, our egos take over and it can become very noisy in our heads. Being for your teammates will lead you to a CHAMP10N mindset.

  2. Anchor in Competitive Greatness: Truth, Faith, and Love. Find your definitions, remember your why, and accept the love that you receive.

  3. Change “I will try” to “I am committed to”. This one change will help you to have forward focus and shift your mindset to go for it.



  1. Rituals and Routines: This tool will help you to stay organized and manage your time, energy, and emotions. 

  2. Me and We: What does my team need? We must be for each other. You know how to be a great “me” – now, it is important to merge that with the Power of We from an “And” standpoint compared to “But”. 

  3. The Power of Team: 1+1=3. How do your actions impact other people? Show up anchored in a place of grace and compassion to ignite the power of team and work together towards your common goal.



  1. INTENT10NAL Openness: Be willing to listen so you can learn the other person’s story and get to know them better to create a relationship.

  2. Think about and tap into the power of your own story. What matters to you and what are your desired outcomes? Be on a Me and We MISS10N for Competitive Greatness.

  3. Every person on each team has a role to fulfill, no matter the talent. Change your mentality from “Me” to “We”.  Show genuine care for others and that you want to get to know them to build team chemistry. 



  1. Find your support team. Having a team of people that know their role within your own life is important to build your 10 life.

  2. Put in the reps, especially for your mental game. Practice practice practice what you want to be working on to reach your desired outcomes.

  3. CELEBRAT10NS: What is today going to bring you? Celebrate showing up, celebrate the not so fabulous moments, and be for you. We are all human.



  1. Love yourself. Sometimes we can be our biggest enemy, and we must be intentional to remind ourselves to be for you. Does what you are doing bring you joy?

  2. Embrace the grieving process. Recognize that it is a part of healing and everyone’s cycle looks different.

  3. Remember that you do not know everyone’s story. We all have our baggage, and instead of being frustrated or critical to others, remind yourself to open your heart and be Human 2 Human.



  1. Find your definition of winning that creates forward focus and positive self-talk. Recognize that winning may not always be defined as perfect.

  2. Time is a currency that we do not get back. We each get 24 golden nuggets in a day, and it is important to be intentional about how you invest your golden nuggets.

  3. Ask yourself what your stat is on a scale of 1-10 for things you do throughout your day. If it is not a 10, how can you make it a 10?



  1. Build relationships with and find the values of both players and staff to create a CHAMP10N team.

  2. Use active listening by listening to hear and understand, rather than to speak. Being intentionally open can help honor the conversations you have and create open communication.

  3. Preparation is key to optimum performance. The preparation may even be harder than the actual performance to build confidence and be ready for whatever happens in the game.

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Win Wellbeing

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INTENT10NAL Leadership

CHAMP10N GUEST: Michelle DeAngelis, Leadership and Executive Coach

Credentials: Michelle's 10 Moments:

  • 40 years as a student of leadership

  • 25 years of experience delivering results and creating peak performers

  • Has worked for companies ranging from Fortune 500 to startups

  • Runs large-scale consulting engagements, conducting rigorous corporate coaching, leading complex projects, and providing season interim leadership

  • Coached over 600 leaders

  • Equips clients with self-mastery to build relationships, drive results, and align those outcomes with key business drivers

CONVERSAT10N: Being intentional is essential to being a great leader. It is easy to forget to establish an intention; it does not have to be magnificent or extraordinary all of the time, sometimes it just has to be. Having in mind ahead of time how you want to be seen as a leader will then help you fulfill that role. What are your desired outcomes? How do you want to leave your team feeling and thinking? And what do you need to do to show up that way and act upon it? Hear about the difference of a powerful leader and an attractive leader, as well as a blended style that research has found to be most successful.

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The Power of a Support Team

CHAMP10N GUESTS: Jane Cebrynski, Certified Sports Life Coach, and Laura Reynolds and Carrie Cook, Life Athletes

Credentials: Jane’s 10 Moments:

  • Attending my nieces wedding and celebrating my dads 85th birthday at the same time

  • My son cameron graduating from the UofA

  • My son Brian getting his real estate license

  • Teaching a yoga class with a really special group

  • Meeting one of my fellow sports life coaches Melissa Luellen, also head coach for Auburn women’s golf


Credentials: Laura’s 10 Moments:

  • Planting herbs and tomato plants in my garden

  • Showering in my brand new tiled shower that I picked out

  • Attending my daughters Honors Society Ceremony

  • Walking my dog more than normal because the weather is finally beautiful in the Midwest


Credentials: Carrie's 10 Moments:

  • My son receiving Most Outstanding Person award at his 8th grade graduation

  • Attending a muscle class at the gym

  • Walking to coffee shop with my dog

  • Flying to LA to see childhood friend

  • Getting house cleaned

CONVERSAT10N: Connect with some of our team members to hear how training as a Life Athlete has helped them Win Wellbeing. We never arrive – we are always changing on our journey through life. The tools and support team are here if you are open and invite them in. You and your life matter – the journey may be difficult or foreign, but finding the right coach will help you to practice practice practice and help you find the 10s in your life. If it’s not a 10 how can you make it a 10? The more time and energy you invest in you and your life, the more you will get out of being coached. We are a live it to give it model, and we want to be on your support team to help take care of you.

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Empathetic CUR10SITY

CHAMP10N GUEST: Anita Rao, M.D.

Credentials: Anita's 10 Moments:

  • Award-winning media figure, academic, public, and private sector innovator and consultant

  • Dr. Rao uses her training, knowledge, and her own experience as a leader to treat and consult high-performing individuals and high-profile organizations, both at the individual and organizational level, to assess and provide strategies to improve decision-making, interactions amongst individuals, and overall mental well-being to improve performance and, most importantly, the quality of life in a meaningful way.

  • First mental health correspondent and contributor for VICE Media and national contributor for the National Alliance of Mental Illness, the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization, and infuses audiovisual mental health literacy into its outreach efforts.

  • Member of the American Psychiatric Association national Council on Communications and is an MIT Open Documentary Lab Fellow.

  • Inaugural medical student intern at the ABC News Medical Unit in New York.

  • American Psychiatric Association national Council on Communications

  • Lancet Psychiatry Poster Award through Oxford University

  • Department of Psychiatry Chairman Award

  • As a resident physician in psychiatry at Northwestern University, she received Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine Educator Award for 2018.

  • Attended Georgetown University, where she received a B.S. in International Health with distinction as a John Carroll Fellow.

  • Stritch School of Medicine at Loyola University, where she received her M.D. and the Department of Psychiatry's Chairman Award.

  • She currently is a psychiatry resident at the McGaw Medical Center of Northwestern University, where she is part of the Northwestern Feinberg Chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society.

CONVERSAT10N: Hear a conversation about being a CHAMP10N for people and finding a support team that is best for you. Sometimes, we confuse familiarity for knowledge, and it can be hard to change your perspective after awhile. Empathetic curiosity will allow you to find out what performance barriers the other person is facing from a place of kindness and support, rather than it being accusatory or cause more damage. Being kind and supportive during difficult times is a huge winning strategy to anchor in faith, love, and truth. We must move forward from a place of hope and acknowledge that we all struggle at times.

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College Athlete 2 Pro Athlete

CHAMP10N GUEST: Khalia Lanier, Professional Volleyball Player for Volley Bergamo

Credentials: Khalia's 10 Moments:

  • Plays professional volleyball internationally

  • 2018 and 2016 AVCA and Volleyball Magazine All-America honorable mention

  • 2018 AVCA All-Pacific South Region Team

  • 2018, 2017 & 2016 Pac-12 All-Conference Team

  • 2018 and 2017 Pac-12 Preseason All-Conference Team

  • 2017 and AVCA and Volleyball Magazine first-team All-American

  • Three-time Pac-12 Offensive Player of the Week

  • 2017 AVCA National Player of the Week

  • 2016 Pac-12 Freshman of the Week

  • 2016 Gatorade National Volleyball Player of the Year (High School)

  • 2016 Volleyball Magazine High School All-American

  • 2016 Under Armour All-American

  • 2015 Gatorade Arizona Player of the Year

  • MaxPreps No. 1-ranked Recruit

  • 2013 and 2014 Nike Tournament of Champions Most Valuable Player

  • 2011 USAV Future Select Team

  • Helped U.S. U18 Youth National Team to the 2015 World Championship silver medal

  • Human Biology Degree from USC

  • 17th player in program history to reach 1,000 career kills

CONVERSAT10N: Listen to learn about Khalia’s journey while being a collegiate student athlete at USC and her transition into an international professional organization. Doing something small everyday for your future self is a great winning strategy to continue winning wellbeing in your 3D life. Having positive self-talk is another winning strategy to help you be kind to yourself, in which you can then spread that to those around you. Being an athlete, body image is a huge topic of conversation that is important to address to learn how to love and accept yourself. The coach-athlete relationship as well as parent-athlete relationship is also important to have good communication and having that respect from both people involved.

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Saying YES to Your Dreams

CHAMP10N GUEST: Greg Williams, Head Equestrian Coach at Auburn University

Credentials: Greg's 10 Moments:

  • SEC Coach of the Year 2021

  • Six national titles (2006, 2011, 2013, 2016, 2018, 2019), five Hunt Seat national titles (2008, 2011, 2013, 2018, 2019), one Western national title (2018), three Southeastern Conference titles (2016, 2019, 2020), and three Southern Equestrian championships (2004, 2010, 2011)

  • Greg’s student-athletes have combined for 90 All-America accolades since the 2010-11 season and have totaled 101 All-SEC and Freshman All-SEC selections

  • Auburn continued its unbeaten streak in 2019-20, finishing the shortened season with a 13-0 mark. The squad was named the outright SEC champion and had 12 All-America honors. 

  • The 2019 squad took Auburn’s success to a new level, becoming the first program in the sport’s history to go unbeaten with an 18-0 mark

  • In this powerful conversation you’ll hear how Greg turned his passion for horses into 6 national equestrian titles for Auburn with 90 All-American athletes

CONVERSAT10N: In this week’s episode of “10 Talks”, Carlette has an impactful conversation with Greg Williams, Head Equestrian coach at Auburn University who just won SEC Coach of the Year! You’ll hear how he accomplished creating a true team atmosphere out of a traditionally individual sport and how he and his team worked to build the program from the ground up. Literally, the team of girls built the arena! Greg will also share some of his winning strategies for successful leadership.

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CHAMP10N Wellbeing for Professional Athletes

CHAMP10N GUEST: Willow Johnson, Professional Volleyball Player

Credentials: Willow's 10 Moments:

  • Plays professional volleyball for Athletes Unlimited

  • 4 Year College Volleyball Career at the University of Oregon

  • 2018 AVCA All-America Honorable Mention

  • 2018 AVCA Pacific North All-Region Honorable Mention

  • 2018 All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention

  • 2017 PrepVolleyball All-America Honorable Mention

  • Two-Time Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention (2017, 2018)

  • Finished ninth in program history with a .272 hitting percentage

  • Ended four-year career with 1,011 kills, eclipsing the 1,000-kill mark in her final game

CONVERSAT10N: Willow takes us on her journey to being a professional athlete and how she was able to overcome some of the obstacles she faced along the road. She discusses her identity as an athlete and how she was able to manage stress and emotions while being far away from home and having a busy schedule. She emphasizes to trust the process and just do your best. Aim to achieve your highest possible goals and put your greatest effort into getting there. Her words of wisdom include to continue playing for as long as you can and to invest in yourself; at the end of the day, you are all you have and it is important to advocate for yourself and your wellbeing.

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How 2 Align PASS10N and Purpose

CHAMP10N GUESTS: Mark Griffin and Neil Turnham, Co-Founders of PurposeFused

Credentials: Mark's 10 Moments:

  • Played for National US Rugby Team

  • Started a charity for Rugby USA

Credentials: Mark's 10 Moments:

  • Successful human resources director and other various leadership roles

CONVERSAT10N: Hear a conversation with the two founders of PurposeFused, Mark Griffin and Neil Turnham, who have the desired outcome of helping businesses or organizations discover and anchor in their unique purpose. Igniting the power of team will help to recognize the performance barriers that show up when a team is not in alignment, in addition to winning strategies to form a system that is successful for you and your team. Living on purpose is a powerful tool to have in your skill set, and we want to help you on your journey to get there.

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Athlete 2 Coach

CHAMP10N GUEST: Jacqueline Benson, Figure Skating Coach at Ice Den Skating Department

Credentials: Jacqueline's 10 Moments:

  • Assistant Coach of the Competitive Figure Skating Team at Arizona State University

  • 2021 Young Artists Showcase Finalist

  • U.S. Figure Skating Gold Medalist (Senior Level) in Freeskate and Moves in the Field

  • Regional and Collegiate Competitor in Freeskate and Solo Free Dance

  • 15+ Years Competitive Skating Experience (including numerous competitions and show performances)

  • Founding Board Member of the Competitive Figure Skating Team at Arizona State University

  • Learn to Skate USA Instructor

  • First Aid & CPR Certification

  • PSA Certified Choreography

  • PSA Certified Group

  • American Ice Theatre Master Choreography Techniques Certification

  • Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University with a B.A. in Sports Business and Minor in Media Analysis

  • Figure Skating Diversity and Inclusion Alliance Fundraising Committee Member

  • Choreographer for skaters of all levels (Basic Skills through Senior Ladies)

  • Contemporary Dance Instructor & Yoga Teacher (off-ice)

CONVERSAT10N: Hear Jacqueline’s story about her eating disorder as a younger female athlete in figure skating and what she wish she would have known when she was younger. Anchoring in truth, faith, and love within competitive greatness is essential to be able to honor yourself and your story and have the courage to ask for help. Though at times it is difficult to remember or we are told differently, our appearance has no bearing on our value or worth. As a coach, the subliminal messages we send to athletes can sometimes damage the wellbeing of athletes without intending to. Choosing our words carefully and navigating stigmas of beauty are essential to cultivate wellbeing, especially within younger athletes and the diet culture that exists today. It’s not always about getting the W – sometimes, its just about the life lessons learned within sports that you can carry with you forever.

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Shopping For a Life

CHAMP10N GUEST: Lesli Sunshine, CHAMP10N Stylist and Founder of Fabulous You

Credentials: Lesli's 10 Moments:

  • 35 year veteran of the fashion industry and a native New Yorker

  • Professional mission: Discovering her client’s true happiness through styling whether it be on a broad industry scale or an individual, more personal one

  • Philosophy: confidence begins with how you feel and how you present yourself we are all constantly changing and we all need to be the best version of ourselves at every stage of our lives

  • Inspires both men and women with the best in style to realize their full potential.

  • What keeps Lesli grounded is what she cherishes most - coming home to Scottsdale, AZ with husband Steven, fur baby Sophia, family, friends, hiking and SHOPPING!!

CONVERSAT10N: Hear the power of Lesli’s story and how she grew up with a PASS10N for FASH10N. She has been in the fashion industry for 35 years now, learning about topics such as manufacturing. Merchandising, mentoring, and more. Make sure you really go for what matters to you and what aligns with your strengths. What you wear is how you feel, and how you feel is how you are going to project yourself to other people. Even if you are not located near Phoenix, AZ, Lesli can help just as well virtually. We only have one life, and we should be living it at our best.

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CHAMP10N GUEST: Jane Cebrynski, Certified Sports Life Coach

Credentials: Jane's 10 Moments:

  • Full-time Stay-at-Home mom of 3 boys for 10 years

  • Transitioned from full-time mom back into the workforce

  • Transitioned into new career as a Certified Sports Life Coach

  • Coach professionals and individuals through major life transitions: marriage, divorce, empty nest, career re-entry/transition

  • Co-founder of non-profit ‘The Birthday Club’ supporting women and children of the Valley

  • Volunteer and Project Lead – Society of St. Vincent de Paul Garden of Hope

  • 200HR Certified Yoga Instructor

CONVERSAT10N: What is Sports Life Coaching? How do sports, business and life all come together? Listen to hear some tools and winning strategies from our Chief Wellbeing Officer and Coach Carlette Patterson and CHAMP10N Sports Life Coach Jane Cebrynski on how to achieve your 10 life. These include topics such as grief, brain to train, workout weariness, and change. Sometimes we do not have control over change, which is where it becomes very important to focus on your desired outcomes and how to win life 4 you. This is your life; invest in it and give yourself grace and truth to find out how to win your wellbeing.

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The Power of Living On Purpose

CHAMP10N GUEST: Cassie Carstens, from Cape Town, South Africa

Credentials: Cassie's 10 Moments:

  • Chaplain of the 1995 South African Rugby World Cup winning team that was championed by the former president, Nelson Mandela.

  • Co-founded the International Sports Leadership School (ISLS) in 1999, training leaders from 120 nations in how to transform the world through sport.

  • Serves on the leadership of the International Sports Coalition (ISC), which is responsible for the training of 100,000 leaders per year.

  • Specializes in the “Fatherless issue.” He has written a book and started a movement called The World Needs A Father. 

  • Initiated Ubabalo, now operating in 140 countries, through which sport coaches are trained to be life coaches and thus model sound fatherhood to the youth. ​

CONVERSAT10N: How does faith fit into being a CHAMP10N for our wellbeing? Cassie shares the power of his story and how God is his anchor for every aspect of his life.  What did Cassie learn from Mother Teresa? How pride can take our focus off of our mission and on to self. Learn about the power of relationships and how asking “what do you need” can be the beginning of transformational change. How do we honor our competitive spirit to be the best and also be for our competition? How does faith fit into being a CHAMP10N for our wellbeing? Cassie shares the power of his story and how God is his anchor for every aspect of his life.


Women Winning Wellbeing

CONVERSAT10N: To continue our celebration of International Women’s Month, Connect with Carlette and some of our CHAMP10N team members to hear what being a CHAMP10N for wellbeing means to them and winning strategies to help prioritize and sustain their wellbeing. Additionally, hear from our Certified CHAMP10N Sports Life Coach Jane Cebrynski and some of the life athletes that she coaches about what they’ve learned from working with her.


How to Raise Your

Wellbeing Q - WellBEing FUNdamentals10 Minute Wellbeing Workout


CONVERSAT10N: Connect with Carlette to hear all about wellbeing; being for you, those that you love, and having fun while you’re at it. Start with the truth and anchor in care to connect and communicate with family and friends surrounding you. Redefine what fun means to you; with this new thinking, be intentional and present for what matters. Try something new and listen and learn to show others that you care.

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Love Q from an Equity and Inclusion Perspective: 10 Minute Wellbeing Workout

CONVERSAT10N: Connect with Carlette as she coaches us through a wellbeing workout from a hike to the Love Tree. Listening to each other and our stories is a powerful tool to understand where we come from and how to work together to ignite the power of team. Listening from a place of curiosity allows us to show each other that we care, rather than listening to insert ourselves once the other person has finished speaking. Honoring and celebrating diversity is crucial to Win Wellbeing and set your team up for success.


Win Wellbeing - Working Out with Woody

CHAMP10N GUEST: Kreston Woods, Certified Personal Trainer and Breathwork Coach

Credentials: Woody’s 10 Moments:

  • Attended Marcos De Niza High School in Tempe, Arizona where he was on the Baseball team (MVP) and the Golf Team

  • Attended Paradise Valley Community College where he played baseball and was team captain

  • Attended Hawaii Pacific University where he was the captain of the baseball team and also earned his BSBA in Marketing

  • NASM Certified Personal Trainer

  • NCAA Collegiate Athlete

  • Ironman 70.3 completed

CONVERSAT10N: Connect with Woody to hear more about how he incorporates fitness into his lifestyle. He focuses on a combination of movement, cardio, sculpting, and breathing to Win Wellbeing. He shares with us his journey as a fitness coach, beginning with his baseball career at Paradise Valley Community College in Arizona and then transferring over to Hawaii Pacific University. He emphasizes the importance of breathing not only during physical activity but also for everyday life.

10 intelligences

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Win Wellbeing

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Love Q to Achieve Competitive Greatness10 Minute Wellbeing Workout

CONVERSAT10N: How can you be competitively great? Connect with Carlette Patterson and hear about being competitively great for YOU and for each other. Being competitive for yourself, for the people around you, and for the projects that you invest in. This is founded on truth, trust, faith, and love - “and the greatest of these is love”. Are you willing to do what it takes to be competitively great? Do you trust yourself and the people around you to come together to achieve greatness? Having discipline is key to setting yourself up for success and reaching your goals. We may not know how a project or situation is going to turn out, but it is important to have faith that your efforts will lead you to success.

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Love Intelligence: 10 Minute Wellbeing Workout

Get Coached by Carlette on how to be a CHAMP10N for your wellbeing.

What is Love Intelligence? What is Agape Love?

  • What: We need to be for each other! Agape love is about loving in a way that is bigger than yourself. We will all have our human moments, and it is important to recognize and accept that these moments will happen.

  • How: Communication is a very important factor; letting the other person know how you are feeling is a great way to enter into a conversation to figure out how to improve and move forward. Being vulnerable is a sign of strength that will open that next level of communication and connection.

  • Why: Listening to each other will unite our relationships and be for each other and what we are doing. Become a CHAMP10N for your Wellbeing and win Love Q!

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Economic Independence Q for CHAMP10N Wellbeing


CHAMP10N GUEST: Anne Hill, Chief Human Resources Officer for Avery Dennison Corporation. 

Credentials: Anne's 10 Moments:

  • Senior Vice President and Human Resources Officer for Avery Dennison since 2007

  • Vice President Human Resources, Chiron Corporation, 2004-2006

  • Vice President Human Resources, Baxter, 1991-2004

  • Human Resources Management, John Lewis Partnership, 1980-1990

  • Volunteer Board Member, StepUp, since 2019

CONVERSAT10N: How do you approach a balance between beginning a family while maintaining a successful career? What are some winning strategies you can use to achieve your desired outcomes? Our guest, Anne Hill, discusses her personal experience in her 40 year corporate career on how she stayed Economi