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Wellbeing, Balance & Boundaries

Would you love to be radiantly well? Have more energy? Feel balanced and live life according to your own agenda? If so, then you need to be at this workshop! We will explore what it really means to create wellbeing, balance and boundaries. You will leave with tips and tools to manage sleep, nutrition, energy, stress and more, to help you create the wellbeing you have always longed ...

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Finding your Purpose

Would you like more creativity in your life? To feel more fulfilled in your career? To find more meaning and purpose in your work? If it’s a resounding “yes,” then come gather with us and learn the real life tools to work out what ignites you, what excites you and how to follow that path towards real meaning, genuine happiness and ...

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Is this success?

How do you define success? In this very moment, considering your work and career, would you call yourself successful? Whether you answered yes or no, what were the measurements that you used? What’s on your checklist for how successful you do or don’t deem yourself to be? Many of us are striving for success and yet we don’t really know what that looks like for us. So we look around, at our friends, our peers, even strangers on the Internet, and as we absorb the cultural narrative into our ...

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Simple + Intentional Living

One evening each month we will gather. We will savour beautiful teas, graze on a scrumptuous wholefood supper, and meet refreshingly real women. At each gathering Megan will share her thoughts and teachings on a specific theme, from intentional living, wellbeing and building your confidence, to your personal brand, creativity and starting a side ...

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Five ways to get more energy (that you can start today)

Last week we started a conversation about energy. In a recent survey I did out to my community, hundreds of women told me that one of the main issues in their life is lack of energy. And let’s face, many women are just flat out exhausted. Yet we often don’t talk about it. We think we need to be all glossy and looking like we have all of our stuff together, and that doesn’t include talking about just how tired we really are. But the reality is that if you stop to have a real ...

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Five real reasons why you lack energy (and what to do about it)

Most of us want more energy. We want to feel more engaged, inspired and alive. Mostly, we just want to have the energy to get through everything on our plate, with some left over for the joyful things we want to do, not just to get through our long list of have to’s. But the reality is, that if you are like many women, energy is one of the things you are desperately in need of. You can feel tired even before you get out of bed in the morning. Even when you have had a decent sleep. And there ...

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Women’s Wellbeing with Essential Oils

Could your wellbeing use some nurturing? Are you interested in learning new ways to support yourself, physically, mentally and emotionally? Would you like to spend a lovely and intimate evening with me and a small group of like minded women and walk away with some real tools, practices and resources to take your health and happiness to a new level? In this beautiful evening workshop, we will go deep into my teachings around confidence, permission, boundaries, feminine power, balance, saying no, ...

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Reflections on Power this International Women’s Day

I’ve long been fascinated with power. Who has it, why they want it, what they do with it. I even started a PhD on the topic. What I really wanted to investigate was women and power. How was the power that women hold when they are most aligned different from that of men in the same domains. I had seen nearly every woman I came into contact with in my corporate career deeply entrenched in the dominant power structures and behaviours yielded by the successful male leaders in the workplace: ...

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Oprah. That speech. And fierce feminine leadership.

The moment has been brewing for years. The sense, the energy, that the feminine is rising. That the world is waking up. That leadership is changing. There have been many signs. Malala. Beyonce. Hillary’s run for presidency. The fall out. The marches. The new women’s movement. Brene Brown and her game changing research about shame, courage, authenticity and vulnerability. Sheryl Sandberg teaching us to lean in. The Athena research showing us that what the world wants from leaders is ...

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Women’s Wellbeing with Essential Oils

Could your wellbeing use some nurturing? Are you interested in learning new ways to support yourself, physically, mentally and emotionally? Would you like to spend a lovely and intimate evening with me and a small group of like minded women and walk away with some real tools, practices and resources to take your health and happiness to a new level? Welcome to my new event: Women's Wellbeing with Essential Oils. In this beautiful two hour evening workshop, we will go deep into my teachings ...

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Women’s Wellbeing with Essential Oils

Could your wellbeing use some nurturing? Are you interested in learning new ways to support yourself, physically, mentally and emotionally? Would you like to spend a lovely and intimate evening with me and a small group of like minded women and walk away with some real tools, practices and resources to take your health and happiness to a new level? Welcome to my new event: Women's Wellbeing with Essential Oils. In this beautiful two hour evening workshop, we will go deep into my teachings ...

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Creating space when there isn’t any

I talk and write a lot about creating space for the things that matter. But what do you do when there is just too much going on and it’s really hard to get the space that you need? This is where I’m at right now. Between all the good stuff of businesses, gigs, clients, upcoming launches, overseas client travel, new creative projects and the hum of the day to day, creating the massive chunk of space that I need to finish (cough, write) this third book is pretty much impossible. It ...

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