In 1988 Joseph Campbell was interviewed by Bill Moyers in a PBS series called ‘The Power of Myth”. In the Six-Part Series Campbell and his work became known to a wide audience; of all the riveting dialogue that ensued, there was one phrase that has burned into the popular consciousness more than any other: “Follow Your Bliss.”

IN THIS WEBINAR WE WILL:

  • Explore the challenges and frustrations of finding and doing work that has meaning and purpose
  • Allow ourselves to awaken or uncover passions for our work that may be dormant
  • Identify how to set an intention and map a path toward designing our work life.

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About Mike Callahan (Speaker)
Michael Callahan is a widely sought Executive Coach & Certified Life Coach. His approach to Coaching is Transpersonal. “Transpersonal” means he works with the whole person. When people speak with him about their work or personal goals, this conversation usually encompasses important factors such as the meaning they want in their work, service, spirituality, higher purpose and more.

About Bruce Cryer (Moderator)

Bruce Cryer is the President of The Graduate Institute for Holistic Studies. He has been involved in holistic studies both personally and professionally for more than 40 years. His varied career has seen him wearing many hats and exploring many professional passions, always driven by a keen desire to learn how people, communities and systems can work more efficiently, effectively and coherently.

About Our Sponsor: The Graduate Institute for Holistic Studies

The Graduate Institute is a state-accredited graduate school dedicated to promoting an Integrative and Holistic Worldview through the study of Health, Wellness, Education and Personal and Professional Transformation. Their renowned Masters and Certificate programs offer a practical new model for education which is grounded in a holistic worldview — seeing individuals, communities, families, organizations, and countries as whole integrated interrelated systems — a view which is increasingly essential for the uncertain, worrying COVID-dominated times we live in.