Jeff Schneider | Athlete and Boss

We all have different roles that we play: sibling, manager, gardener, neighbor etc. For many of us, caretaker is one of them. Jeff Schneider, a dad to three kids and three dogs, is devoted to taking care of others. In addition to being a dad, Jeffry Schneider is a CEO, super athletic, and a philanthropist. As an athletic and informed business executive, Jeff Schneider cares about the overall health and wellbeing of his employees, so naturally he is passionate about integrating these programs at his office.

According to, neuroscientists have proven through experiments that relaxation directly contributes to office workflow. Yes, relaxation is crucial for a team member to be able to finish work and function at a high level. They further found that relaxation enables employees to work at peak efficiency with an improved capacity for social interaction, maintaining a positive attitude, remaining motivated, and channeling creativity. Celebrated personal fitness coach and wellness guru, Greg Anderson, vehemently asserts that, “The concept of total wellness recognizes that our every thought, word, and behavior affects our greater health and well-being. And we, in turn, are affected not only emotionally but also physically and spiritually.” Likewise, Buddha taught his followers, “To keep the body in good health is a duty otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” Jeff Schneider simply could not agree more.

In addition to being a dad and an athlete, Jeffry Schneider is constantly on the hunt for unconventional ways to actively contribute to community improvement. Laudably, he uses his free time to read to kids in schools, actively fundraise for nonprofit organizations, and participate in charity runs. Jeffry Schneider ardently champions the value of volunteering in the community and the world. He’s happy he’s healthy enough to spend time with his family, keep in shape, and give back to society.

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