Join Michelle and Megan in this resource rich interview on:
- Megan’s pathway to creating the WholeBeing Insitute,
- WholeBeing: using the 5 pillars of whole-person well-being to increase the sense of whole health,
- Living a deliberate life – 4 embodied steps to orient ourselves and our clients towards the highest and best self,
- Evidence based research in positive ‘acting as if’, ‘counting’ what is working, and ‘journalling’,
- Much more!
About Megan McDonough
Megan uses divergent thinking and creative perspectives to build organizations and networks that harness the best in people for the greatest good. With a degree in nuclear medicine, senior leadership experience in healthcare, two decades as a yoga practitioner and teacher, and director of numerous online learning start-ups, Megan focuses on “how to get from point A to point B” through whole-person engagement.
A national media source for Fast Company, Yoga Journal, and Woman’s Day, Megan is an explorer at heart, working with teams to navigate the tricky path of dreaming about the summit to actually climbing the mountain. Her latest adventure is bringing the Certificate of Positive Psychology into Australia, after selling out the program three years in a row in the United States with over 200 students each year.
You can learn more about Megan at her website www.wholebeinginstitute.com/cippau