What’s Your New Normal Going to Look Like: A Free Introduction
Recorded April 8 2021
Now that a vaccine has finally shown up for the coronavirus, it’s based on the following wisdom (which is the basis of the entire science of immunology): we introduce a little chaos into the system in order to strengthen it, shake it up for the sake of helping it evolve.
The ‘chaos’ of the pandemic year offers you the same opportunity—the chance to grow from it, to clarify what it’s calling for from you, and to create a New Normal.
This free 1-hour session is an Introduction to the 4-part course—half lecture and half Q&A. Join Gregg and a community of fellow seekers to learn how your life and work might grow and evolve as a result of these unprecedented times.
The Coronavirus as a Calling
Recorded May 5 2020
What would you like your “new normal” to look like once the pandemic is in the rear-view mirror? This two hour webinar with the author of Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life will help you explore how your own life might grow and evolve as a result of the pandemic and your response to it. Through a series of self-reflective questions, dyad work, and discussion, you’ll clarify what the “chaos” of the coronavirus is calling for from you, whether creatively, professionally, inter-personally, or spiritually.
Gregg Levoy, author of Callings: Finding and Following An Authentic Life — rated among the “Top 20 Career Publications” by the Workforce Information Group — and Vital Signs: Discovering and Sustaining Your Passion for Life, is the former behavioral specialist at USA Today and a regular blogger for Psychology Today. A former adjunct professor of journalism at the University of New Mexico and former columnist and reporter for the Cincinnati Enquirer, he has written about the subject of callings for the New York Times Magazine, Washington Post, Omni, Fast Company, and elsewhere, and has presented widely, including at the Smithsonian Institute, Environmental Protection Agency, National Conference on Positive Aging, Microsoft, and the American Counseling Association.