It’s been a busy February, y’all.
Not being on social media freed up some much-needed time for me to create curriculum and content that’s here to serve people like you: modern professionals who are ready to have worklives that are actually enriching*.
In Oregon, Spring has definitely sprung. Daffodils are blooming, the cherry blossoms are out to play, and once the thermometer hit 58 degrees, you know us Oregonians were out on the patio in shorts soaking up the sun, pasty legs and all.
Spring has spring in my business as well, and it’s a beautiful thing when we allow our own energies to sync up with what’s happening in Nature. I’m so excited to share what’s blossoming in my work with you!
First up: I’ve been working on an overhaul of my website. You may have known me as the founder of Integrated Consulting, which was a lovely and appropriate name for what I was seeking to do in my work last year, but lately it just stopped feeling right.
I felt awkward and inauthentic working behind a company name when it was really just me in my home office, usually in yoga pants and a messy bun. So, with the help of amazing folks like Katie Dwyer and Gregory Nolan, I’ve “reimagined” my website and am moving forward without any pretense – I’m just Megan Leatherman, and you can check out my new website, http://www.meganleatherman.com, to learn more about what I do and even schedule your first appointment!
Second to bloom: The Career Creator Series, starting on March 7th! I’ve teamed up with Andrea Gerson, an awesome resume writer and career counselor, to offer Portlanders a series of interactive, dynamic career workshops.
Our first three-session series is a deep dive into how to find the right career path for you – a career path that is the best and highest use of your unique strengths. This is the career workshop I needed back when I moved to Portland with no idea what I was doing with my life, and I know it will be powerful for you if you’re in a similar boat right now! Click here to learn more and enroll in the Career Creator Series.
Finally: I’m offering a Work Life Integration Class online on March 15th. This is a little treasure that I’ve been nurturing for a while now, and I can’t wait to dive in and walk folks through how to actually integrate work and life in a way that leaves them feeling energized instead of depleted.
I write a lot about work life integration on this blog, and I also train organizations on how to use it to support their employees. Now, I’m offering a 90-minute online class for anyone in the world who wants to learn how to practically integrate work and life. Attendees will walk away with a map of their current v. ideal integration mixes, practical tips for starting to integrate today, and lots of other tools for living a life with more ease and grace. You can click here to learn more and sign up for Work Life Integration: An introductory class!
So, those are some of the things I’ve been hard at work on this month. Everything I’ve been working on is designed to serve people like you, dear readers – modern professionals who are hungry for some soulful career revitalization.
If any of these offerings resonate with you, I hope you’ll sign up or share them with your community. As always, if there’s something else that you think would be helpful, I hope you’ll contact me and let me know.
*A quick update on my social media fast: it has definitely helped me renegotiate my relationship to sites like LinkedIn and Facebook, and now I view them as a valuable resource for connecting with others instead of a total bummer.