We would like to introduce TQS Transformation.
It’s time to give back. The goal for TQS Transformation is quite simply to reach out to our community in service. It is no longer enough to focus solely on business endeavours.
Everyone has the power to create a healthier life for themselves. Through the TQS Transformation initiative, we’re simply providing the education and tools for people to create a healthier life.
Our community reach focus is to encourage and support personal journeys. To lend a hand or simply listen while encouraging people as they work to make positive changes in their lives. Our Lifestyle Coaches have experienced their own life’s journeys and have benefited from the effects of focused positive change. Through their personal experiences, they recognize that while people may have a strong desire and will to achieve personal goals, they are more likely to be successful with the additional support of family, friends and the community.
Please see: TQS Transformation News Bulletin
In celebration of the launch of TQS Transformation to our community, we hosted an afternoon at Rogers Centre to create greater awareness for one of our supported advocacy organizations; Chromosome 18 Registry & Research Society.
On September 30th we arranged for a very special young man to meet with his favourite professional baseball player. It was a wonderful day at the Rogers Centre! The Toronto Blue Jays hosted the New York Yankees and during the pregame workout Noah had the opportunity to meet with Adam Lind. Afterward our Lifestyle Coach Cameron Mattice entertained Noah to the best seats in the diamond, first row behind the plate! It was such a positive journey for Noah and Cameron that day and one which will remain in their hearts for life.
We can all contribute. It’s always a question of if we choose to take the journey in Promoting a Healthier Lifestyle.
Chris Mattice - Officer
Total Quality Systems Lifestyle Association.
“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson