The Future of Work is Balanced Performance

Former Plastic Surgeon Reveals the revolutionary approach to corporate success, merging peak performance with holistic well-being.

Here's the truth. It's time to be as invested in your health and well-being as you are in your career.

Because the path you're on is leading nowhere you want to go.

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Your workdays are a blur of meetings, with lunch often eaten at your desk or forgotten altogether. You're running on caffeine, a habit that’s become your team’s unspoken norm.

Come evening, you're still tethered to work, emails chaining you to your phone, signaling a workday that stretches endlessly. It’s a relentless rhythm, setting a standard in your office that work overrules everything else, even the basic need to eat and rest.

Because stress isn't just a personal issue; it's contagious. In your environment, it's palpable – in the hurried footsteps, the tense meetings, and the collective exhale when a project is finally off your plate. You're aware of its grip on your team, but the cycle of constant pressure and no relief continues. It’s a workplace where stress is the norm, not the exception, affecting everything from team dynamics to overall productivity.

This isn't just about you and your team. At home, your partner sees more of your tired, preoccupied side than the vibrant, engaged person you once were. They’re getting the remnants of your energy, the leftovers after a day of pouring yourself into your work.

This strain shows in the shortened conversations and tempers, the distracted dinners, and the growing distance that no amount of weekend plans seem to bridge. It's not just your health that's bearing the brunt of this relentless pace; it's your most cherished relationships.

This isn't just about losing your edge at work; it's about losing touch with those who matter most. Your wake-up call is loud and clear: this unsustainable cycle needs a hard stop. It’s time for a change, not just for the sake of your career and company, but for the life and relationships that truly define who you are.

Instead, choose your path.

Lead by example.

Inspire, Empower, Succeed.

Build a life and legacy that you can be proud of with Balanced Performance.

Family & Friends

At the end of the day, it's the laughter, the shared moments, and the love from your family and friends that truly matter.

You work hard, not just for success, but to create a life rich with these irreplaceable connections.

By prioritizing your health, you're not just investing in yourself; you're ensuring more vibrant, joyful years with those who make all your efforts worthwhile.

Self Care

Here's the hard truth: neglecting yourself doesn't equate to dedication. It's self-sabotage.

Self-care is the foundation of your performance. It's about respecting your body and mind enough to give them what they need.

Remember, a well-oiled machine outperforms a neglected one every time.

Hormonal Balance

It's not just about feeling good; it's about your body being in harmony. Hormonal balance is crucial in maintaining energy, focus, and vitality.

Whether you're in your 30s, 40s, 50s, or 60+, when you ignore this balance, you're eventually going to be running on fumes.

Embrace and support your hormones and you'll be firing on all cylinders.

Lifestyle Health

You're not just chasing numbers on a scale or hours on a sleep tracker. We're talking about a full lifestyle upgrade.

It’s about finding that sweet spot where customized nutrition, movement, and stress reduction become as natural as breathing.

Eat elite, move more, live wisely. Become the best version of you and you'll thrive. Simple to say, essential to do.

The key to sustainable high achievement lies in a balanced lifestyle.

Watch your organization thrive like never before.


You’ve already done the “work harder” part.

Now, it's time to start maximizing your impact with minimal wasted effort.

It’s about being strategic with your time and energy, ensuring that every moment and action counts.


This isn't about thinking outside the box; it's about realizing there is no box. Balanced Performance fuels your creativity, turning challenges into opportunities for innovation.

You're not just solving problems; you're rewriting the rules.

Principled Profit

Profit at the cost of well-being? That's old school.

The new era is about principled profit—success that doesn't sacrifice health or values.

It's about making gains without losses in other areas of life and work.

It's about making choices that benefit your bottom line while uplifting your team and community. Profit with principles is the only profit worth making.

Business Growth

Integrating lifestyle health into your business strategy isn’t just good for your team; it's a catalyst for growth.

Healthier teams mean lower healthcare costs, reduced absenteeism, and a vibrant, productive workplace.

Remember, a thriving team doesn’t just meet expectations; they soar beyond them.

Balanced Performance is:

Where your potential meets reality. It's not just a concept; it's a commitment to a way of life where every moment works in harmony.

Here's how we get you and your company there:

Balanced Performance

Executive Retreats

Luxurious experiences focused on optimizing your performance and wellbeing as a leader.

Corporate Lifestyle

Health Programs

Happy, healthy, productive employees are the lifeblood of your company and the key to your thriving bottom line.


Metabolic Reset

Activate your hormones for easier weight loss in 12-week sprints. Look, think, work, and feel your best.

Interactive Workshops and Seminars

Tackle timely topics on stress reduction, efficiency and productivity, hormonal balance, and more.

A little about me.

Dr. Susan Lovelle

Hi! I'm Dr. Susan, The Thrive Architect. Once a plastic surgeon, I now have the honor of leading Balanced Performance where I provide all-in-one lifestyle health solutions for busy professionals and forward-thinking companies.

I'm deeply passionate about topics that impact our day-to-day productivity and overall well-being. From the art of work-life balance to the indispensable nature of self-care, I delve into how personalized nutrition, the magic of good sleep, and the intricate dance of hormones shape our energy and efficiency. Plus, I've got a few handy stress-busting techniques up my sleeve to help you find that sweet spot of balance in life.

Every day, we're gifted with 1440 minutes. My mission? To inspire you to make the most of each one by putting your well-being first and nurturing yourself holistically.

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Not where you're at?

Then these myths are stunting your performance.

Which ones are you falling for?

Myth #1: "I don't have enough time."

Tick-tock, the clock doesn’t stop. You’re an expert juggler in the corporate circus, but when you get home, the show isn’t over. The kids need you, your partner counts on you, and somewhere in this timeline, you’re supposed to carve out a moment for yourself.

Weight gain, sleepless nights, and that perpetual feeling of being stretched too thin aren't just work issues; they spill over, affecting family movie nights, weekend plans, and even the intimacy with your partner.

It’s not about having time, it’s about creating it. Your family needs you whole, energetic, present – not just physically there, but genuinely engaging with them. This isn’t just about your health; it’s about the wellbeing of your family.

Myth #2: "I'm too stressed to do anything more."

Stress is that unwelcome squatter in your headspace, isn't it? It's moved in, taken over the couch, and turned the volume up on worry and doubt. It's eating away at your calm, stealing your sleep, and it's not even chipping in on the mortgage. It's time to show it the door.

You've got a life to live, decisions to make, and a family who needs you—not to mention a team relying on your steady hand. That squatter of stress, with its constant noise and mess, is costing you more than peace of mind; it's chipping away at your productivity, your relationships, and your health.

Evicting stress is not just about quieting the noise; it's about reclaiming your territory so you can be the leader, parent, and partner you're meant to be.

Myth #3: "I'm too busy to eat healthy."

We get it, the drive-thru knows your order by heart. Convenience has become your chef, serving up comfort with a side of regret.

Your body's running on empty, powered by coffee and sheer willpower. You're telling yourself that you'll make better choices tomorrow, but when tomorrow comes, it’s the same old story. Fast food on the go, skipped meals, and late-night snacking—it’s a pattern that’s all too familiar.

It's time for personalized nutrition to take the wheel, guiding you toward choices that serve your health, not just your schedule.

Myth #4: "I don't have time for the gym."

The idea of fitting a workout into your already overbooked day is almost laughable. Your fitness goals are collecting dust along with that treadmill. But let’s be real—you’re not getting any younger, and your body’s not forgiving the long hours at the desk like it used to.

Maybe you can’t find an extra hour in the day, but how about 3 minutes? Movement is a non-negotiable, a must to keep you in the game long-term. It's about finding those small moments to stretch, walk, or just breathe—little deposits in your health bank that pay big dividends.

Myth #5: "I can't stop. I've got to work hard to stay ahead."

Your office wears overtime like a medal, and taking a breather seems almost taboo. But let's get one thing straight: self-care isn't self-indulgence; it's self-preservation. Sure, the old way glorifies the hustle, but you're savvy enough to see it's a fast track to burnout. It's time to redefine dedication.

You're in an industry that celebrates creativity, yet when it comes to health, it's stuck in the past. You've seen wellness plans get lip service and then get shelved. It's time for a shake-up, to turn those murmurs about company wellbeing into a roar that reverberates through the corridors of your workplace.

This isn't about taking it easy; it's about making smart choices that let you, and your team, truly excel. It's about leading by example and valuing health as the ultimate asset. Let's start that movement.

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The Future of Work is Balanced Performance.

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