My name is Paul Artale and I am a motivational speaker based out of Michigan.

As a keynote presenter, I speak for organizations that want to light a fire in people on how to perform at their peak and create a healthy balance between work and home.  As a coach, I work one on one with people who want to discover what makes them tick and live a life worth living.

In fact I wrote the book, The 2-Year Old’s Guide to Work-Life Balance.  Presentation attendees share they are more focused on what matters, inspired to reach for more, and implement ideas that are practical and immediately accessible.

On a personal note, I played defensive end for the University of Toronto and off the platform my coaches include my wife Sherri, my son Alessio, and my daughter Sofia.

My Football Journey

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Despite being born with a physical challenge, I overcame adversity to play defensive end for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.  My playing career quickly turned into a college coaching career that took me across North America as I lived my dream.

My signature keynote Hit Hard: 3 Must Have Mindsets to breakthrough challenges. has been delivered to thousands of attendees.  I use my life in football as a way of teaching others to build resilience, persist to their goals, and live a fulfilling life.

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aBout The 2-Year-Old’s Guide to Work-Life Balance.

I was on the track to being a university vice-president when suddenly my 2-year-old son made me realize that my talents and passions lay elsewhere.  The “2-Year-Old’s Guide to Work-Life Balance” tells the story of my transformation journey using simple lessons my son taught me.  The book is a mixture of story and workbook that allows you to reflect and make choices that will bring harmony between your personal and professional life.