Nick Foley is driven to investigate and maximize efficiencies, getting and staying energized while fostering a pragmatic approach to resilience.
In 2015, Nick cycled across Canada to raise money and awareness in an effort called “Move for Inclusion.” On that 8,321-kilometer successful journey, he learned a lot about himself and tested his limits.
Nick’s focus these days is how to help people become their best-self through consistent practices he designed and implemented in his own life. He helps his clients become better versions of themselves to the benefit of their teams and families.
Nick is has completed his Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of Guelph Lang School of Business.
He is the proud father of Brynn and Welles, from whom he has learned more than he ever thought imaginable.
How Do You Want to Be Remembered?
Young people are faced with decisions every day. This anti-hate keynote address speaks about the importance of asking ourselves the question, “How do I want to be remembered?” Students will garner an understanding of how the decisions we make have a profound effect on our lives long after they are made and acted upon. This message is illustrated through real life stories that will leave the audience laughing as well as thinking about the legacy they are creating. This presentation illustrates that inclusion without bias is what will fundamentally contribute to eradicating hate. Nick pulls from the life lessons he learned while cycling 8312 km from Victoria BC to St John’s NFLND on his Move for Inclusion journey to raise awareness about Inclusion. Nick shares with the audience that if ‘your why for doing something is big enough, then the how you do it will always show up.’ The audience will garner an understanding that when you decide to do, you have decided to live to your fullest capacity.