The Midlife Reboot
Coaching Women to Wellness

“What you can accomplish is largely a matter of what you believe.”   -Lou Tice 

ABOUT Health and Wellness Coach Dalyce Brandt

Dalyce Brandt, principal and creator of the Midlife Reboot is an active 53 year young woman. Dalyce is passionate about helping women live life to the fullest and to cope in their mid-life cope with life transitions, a changing body, weight gain, and to find life-balance, purpose and wellness. Women committed to a lifestyle change  will improve their health, longevity, body image, and youthful energy. Dalyce has combined her certification in personal coaching, with 35 years of experience in recreation, aquatics, leadership, fitness training and competitive sport coaching to the Program.
Applicable Credentials:                                                                                                  
  • Masters of Arts in Leadership                                                        
  • Erikson College International Coaching  Program Completion
  • Recreation Leadership Diploma
  • BCRPA Fitness Instructor
  • Master Trainer Lifesaving Society
  • Toastmaster, ACB

Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase.

Just take the first step   - Martin Luther King Jr.

No Perfect Time to Start:

There is a saying…don’t die with the music still in you. Don’t keep putting things off waiting for the perfect time, analyzing, planning and talking…just start. Setting and believing in your goals and correcting for positive self-talk are excellent progressions toward success, but nothing really happens until you take action toward achievement. And, it’s not what we do once in awhile that shapes our lives, but the consistent actions taken on a regular basis.
         Progress always involves risk; you                 can't steal second  base and keep your foot
on first   -                                              
                                        Frederick Wilcox

The best strategy is to jump in and get into the game. Don’t be afraid to start because the path isn’t clear enough. You don’t have to know everything before you start, you will learn by doing. Just lean into it and see how it unfolds. Feel the fear and do it anyways. Be willing to explore, trust and listen for feedback, guidance and opportunities. If you haven’t started because you’re afraid of failure, remember that making mistakes is a huge part of the learning process. Look from the perspective that failure is part of moving forward.