Betty Franklin works with organizations to fast forward employee mental and physical wellbeing. Using research-based concepts, highlighted in her book, GUTS – Get Uncomfortable To Succeed, she developed a model of mental fitness and wellbeing that integrates and embraces six key components of a fulfilling life. Her workshops, and coaching programs educate, encourage, and inspire participants to harness the power of these components to live well, no matter the circumstances.
As a nurse in independent practice, Betty brought her diverse nursing experiences, education, research, and life experiences together to create a unique approach to living a healthy, balanced and abundant life. To maximize effectiveness and enhance personal and profession relationships, she focuses on mental fitness as she helps clients clarifying their direction, strategizing their actions, and upgrade their skills.
Betty’s passion to help people take command of their life, as she challenges them to be self-aware, accountable, and be fully responsibility for all aspects of their life.
“We all have a desire to live a good life. Let me help you succeed at living yours well!”
Betty has delivered her programs and message to many organizations and audiences, some of which include: Freedom 55, Edward Jones, Sun Life Financial, Sheridan College, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Medix College, Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, Peel Public Health, Ontario Dental Education Institute, Royal Victoria Hospital, Halton Healthcare, West Park Healthcare Centre, Epilepsy South Central Ontario, Homewood Health Centre, Weeneebayko Health Authority, Peetabeck Health Services, the DAM, Business Leader’s Growth Group, The Meeting House, and the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association.