Meg is a mother, teacher, healer, podcaster and social scientist that empowers women to step into sacred, social leadership. This conversation was full with wisdom on how to show up and embrace a world that can often feel overwhelming. In this episode we talk about how to simultaneously take care of ourselves and give back at a time that is asking for all of us to be leaders.
In this interview we discussed:
What sacred, social leadership is
Why we are all change-makers / influencers
Why the spiritual/personal growth communities are perfectly placed to be a leading part of social change
Why we are scared of leadership and why we count ourselves out of social leadership spaces
How to serve without burning out
Meg’s devotion to addressing climate change
Why stepping up and giving voice to our journeys is so important for social change
Why your voids are your medicine
Meg’s upcoming course on parenting and leadership
Stay in Touch with Meg:
Meg Berryman is a coach, facilitator and teacher with a passion for awakening sacred social leaders. She brings together her 10+ years in social change, her masters degrees in gender and public health/behaviour change and her experience as a yoga teacher, coach and leadership facilitator to create incredible learning experiences for socially conscious women seeking wellbeing, connection and contribution. She is a mother of two girls, and lives in Central Victoria, Australia on a property she is regenerating with her husband and many rescue animals.