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Steve Stavs founded Made To Thrive when he saw more and more people were desperate to build a life of meaning and thriving. Over 16 years of specialist consultations it became evident that clients had little comfort of where to start or what actions to embark on when faced with the overwhelming plethora of information at their disposal. As Africa’s Professional Biohacker, Lifestyle Designer and Business Performance Coach, Steve felt he could help research and reveal key biohacks to thriving. Between him and the team of Thrivists, they are committed to partnering with clients to walk a journey of designing an individual path to thriving, supporting followers who need knowledge, support and guidance.
Made To Thrive helps you to define your purpose. By understanding your purpose, you can align your goals and values to create a life of significance for yourself and the community you are part of. Read More »
Made To Thrive will show you how you can improve your sex life, boost your health, and enhance your mood through appropriate physical activity for where you are right now. Are you ready to get moving? Read More »
Sleep is as essential to your health as proper nutrition and regular exercise. Made to Thrive explores the factors that may be keeping you awake and offers advice and tools to a better night’s sleep. Read More »
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