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Take the Next Steps to Happiness With Megan McDonough

 Life is full of inflection points. Divorce, career upheaval, illness, empty nests, retirement, and other life-changing events are full of uncertainty and stress. But what if those difficulties could become the doorways to positive possibilities? When approached in the right way, these challenges hold the opportunity to explore, strengthen, and move towards happiness. Join Paula Felps and Megan McDonough, Founder of Wholebeing Institute, and see how to take the next step toward happiness. Learn how the challenges you’re facing today — no matter how daunting they seem — actually hold the opportunity to explore, strengthen, and reshape your life. In this episode, you'll learn: What inflection points are and how to identify them in your life. The concept of liminal space and how you can use it to thrive. The importance of “selfing” and “unselfing” — and what that means. Links and Resources Downloads free worksheets by clicking here. Learn more about the Certificate in Wholebeing Positive Psychology by clicking here. Follow along with this episode's transcript by clicking here. ABOUT MEGAN MCDONOUGH Megan McDonough is Global Director of Growth for the Women Presidents Organization and the founder of Wholebeing Institute, a leading world-wide educational organization teaching the science of human flourishing. Megan is an expert in health; she’s held senior leadership positions in Fortune 500 healthcare companies and has a degree in Nuclear Medicine. Megan approaches wellbeing from a broad perspective including mind-body skills, positive psychology interventions. Along with Wholebeing Institute, Megan has launched many new initiatives, including with Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, the largest yoga retreat center in North America, where she led the research team studying the impact of yoga techniques on stress for front-line workers. Megan is also the award-winning author of five books on mindfulness and well-being. She is a connector at heart — bringing together people, services, and ideas to help individuals and organizations thrive.
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