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Leading Beings - Previously The Good Work Revolution | Fulfilment, wellbeing & Positive in Business, Career, Leadership & Life

Be your best human in work, leadership and life. How can you lead a conscious and fulfilling work-life that express your unique potential and makes and impact? We talk to amazing humans 'Leading Beings' who are doing just that, in their careers, businesses, leadership and lives. We talk consciousness, flow, meaning, purpose, work-life balance, meaning, personal and professional development, self awareness, meditation, human potential, spirituality, creativity, wellbeing and doing good work that makes a difference in the world. This show was previously The Good Work Revolution.
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Nov 14, 2016

My guest today is Amy Watson, who is one half of the creative team behind Pickles Mag. An online video magazine exploring the future of food.

 

After experiencing a bit of an existential crisis, Amy decided too take her skills and her talents from journalism and video production and apply them to something she was passionate about. Her passion for food.

 

Growing from what she describes as almost an obsession, Amy really got involved with understanding issues surrounding food like sustainability and really wanted to and really wanted to explore sustainable food though the medium of video.

 

But instead of taking the leap as we're so often told to do, Amy decided to keep her day job while she started Pickles Mag on the side.


Join Amy and I as we discuss themes such as applying your skills to positive impact work, knowing your limits, labels, the reality of making money and of course, finding how to do your good work through a side project.

Sep 8, 2016

This week I reflect on the theme of finding your tribe. Why it's important, how we can do it and why it can so exciting when we do. This theme was inspired from last episode's conversation with Sean Morrow who spoke about how he really started to understand his Good Work after finding his tribe while travelling in his 20s.

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises, creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

In this episode I introduce myself, what to expect from the podcast and a bit about how you can join the Good Work Revolution.

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Sep 1, 2016

My guest on the podcast today is Sean Morrow from One Earth Education & Consulting.

 

Sharing a deep connection with nature, it was no surprise that Sean has built a career and business around the natural envionement. Sean is landscaper, consultant and educator with over 20 years experience and qualifications in both horticulture and permaculture design. He has a passion for teaching others about organic gardening, frog ponds and habitat gardening, permaculture and edible gardens.  But his work truly comes alive on his property on the Australian, Queensland Sunshine Coast - where he has regenerated the land to encourage native plants and wildlife and also established his own food forest.

 

Join me today as Sean and I discuss connecting to nature, biodynamics, finding your tribe, intuition and having a light footprint on the earth.

 

You can find Sean via his Businesses One Earth Education & Consulting and One Earth Landscaping.

 

www.oneeartheducation.com.au

www.oneearthlandscaping.com.au

 

 

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises, creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

 

 

Jun 27, 2016

This week I reflect on a number of themes around growing our good work. The idea of starting small, rather than not starting at all and accepting and embracing the fact that our purpose will grow and change over time.

This theme was inspired from my last episode's conversation with Danielle Malik who spoke about feeling she wanted to 'up-leve' on the problems she was trying to solve through her work.

It's easy to feel that we are never doing enough in out good work and we can always be doing better. I encourage you though to see this desire to do more as positive. That you are only growing and evolving as a change maker - wanting to do more to help others and the world around you.

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises. Who are creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

Please come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Jun 6, 2016

My guest on today’s episode is Danielle Malik - founder and mentor at Design Equation. A business that pairs junior user experience designers with nonprofits and early-stage startups through a hands-on mentorship model to fill a gap - affordable design services for organisations and hands on design experience for new designers.


Before starting Design Equation Danielle had prior work lives as a sign language interpreter and industrial designer, before settling into interaction and UX design. Most recently she worked as an instructor at General Assembly which gave her the spark to start her new business.

Join me and Danielle as we discuss themes such as the privilege of doing good work, meaning and value, mentoring with love and creating a two sided social business model.

 

You can find Danielle and the Design Equation at http://www.designequation.us.

 

If you'd like to be part of the Good Work Revolution come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

 

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccreadyhq

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/katemccreadyhq

May 25, 2016

This week I reflect on the theme of howe we measure our own worth. The topic of came out of my conversation with last episode's guest, Sheldon Walters of Splinter and Callous.

 

Worth is something that is often measured in financial terms and we often judge ourselves and our experience on how they have contributed to our worth on the financial scale. Yet the things we truly value are not always financial. So why do we find it so difficult to pull out those areas of 'worth' that are measured on a different scale? Perhaps learning or relationships or love?

Join me as I explore this idea of worth and pose some ideas to you to think about how you can see your worth via values rather than money.

In this episode I also mention a FREE CONSCIOUS BUSINESS MEDITATION. Come and download it at http://bit.ly/conscious-business-meditation.

or CLICK HERE to download.

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises. Who are creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

Please come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/katemccreadyhq

May 18, 2016

Sheldon Walters - Crafting Personal Worth Beyond Money

 

My guest on the podcast today is Sheldon Walters. Sheldon began his career as an IT Engineer, but felt he was missing out on something by working in an office all day.

 

Spending long hours working on abstract projects with no tangible outcomes, he developed a longing to do something hands-on.

 

Unable to find a place that taught the skills he was looking to build, with the flexibility to do it at a time, place and pace that fitted into his life, he decided to do something about it. So together with a colleague and friend, Mike Simpson, they founded Splinter & Callous.

 

Opening permanently in mid 2016, Splinter & Callous is a wood and metal workshop where people find their inner maker with expert guidance from master Craftsmen. It’s a communal place where everyday people can learn real skills while building well-crafted things and connecting with others across a workbench.

 

In contrast to the office environment many people find themselves in, Splinter & Callous gives you a dose of the tangible, and cultivates a practical skillset. Most importantly, it is helping office workers improve their mental well-being through hands on activity.


Join Sheldon and I as we explore themes of values, craftsmanship, knowing your personal philosophy and personal worth beyond money.

You can find Sheldon and Splinter and Callous at www.splinterandcallous.com.au.

Also check out their Pozible campaign at https://pozible.com/project/205494 

If you'd like to be part of the Good Work Revolution come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

 

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Apr 27, 2016

 

This week I reflect on the theme of conscious transitions. The topic of transitions came out of my conversation with last episode's guest, Andrew Newman.

Transitions are an important part of our life and growth. They are the messy middle between where we are and where we want to be. It is easy to want to rush through them, but often there is much learning and growth to be done within those periods.

Also, are we ever really not in some kind of transition? I explore the idea that in fact we may always be moving from one of kind of transition to the next in whatever way. 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises. Who are creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

Please come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/katemccreadyhq

Apr 18, 2016

My guest today in Andrew Newman, founder of the Conscious Bedtime Story Club.


While expecting a working life as a retail jeweller in the family business in south Africa, the tug of something more always seemed to be there for Andrew. Shifting from everything from community development making hammocks, Andrew ended up following his deep longing for connection and his love of all things spiritual in a 10 year study of healing.

His portfolio of work includes running a therapy practice as a Barbara Brennan Healing Science Practitioner, inspiring and publishing over 1500 donated poems as the PoemCatcher, volunteer coordinator for Habitat for Humanity in the township of South Africa and directing Edinburgh's Festival of Spirituality and Peace. He is a qualified Non-Dual Kabbalistic Healer and has been actively involved in men's work though Mankind Project since 2006.

His latest project, The Conscious Bedtime Story Club, is a culmination of all of these areas of experience, intended to bring parent and child into deeper connection and spiritual union with themselves and each other.

Join Andrew and I as we discuss themes of  the one, expressing your inner self, setting intentions, transitions, inclusivity and the importance of the last 20 minutes of the day.

 

You can find Andrew at www.consciousstories.com

 

Want to be part of the conversation? Come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

 

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com 

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/katemccreadyhq

 

Books, Sites, People mentioned in Podcast you might want to check out:

Dr Kristy Goodwin - Kids and Technology http://www.everychancetolearn.com.au/about/

 

Story about kids giving up sense of smell - http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/todays-global-youth-would-give-up-their-sense-of-smell-to-keep-their-technology-122605643.html

 

Book - Hands of Light:A Guide to Healing Through the Human Energy Field

 by Barbara Brennan http://www.amazon.com/Hands-Light-Healing-Through-Energy/dp/0553345397

The Pomodoro Technique - http://pomodorotechnique.com

 

Apr 1, 2016

This week I reflect on an idea that came out of my conversation with Annie Carter of Eve Studio - that to create balance in our lives, sometimes we need to add something in.

I go on to explore the idea that there may be no such thing as work/life balance and perhaps work/life integration is more realistic. 

Balance is different for all of us. Only we can know what to add or take a way to create contentment, fulfilment and joy. Adding something in however, will often be more appropriate than taking something away and can actually open up the space for more of what we want.

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises. Who are creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

 

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/katemccreadyhq

Mar 24, 2016

Today I speak with the lovely Annie Carter. Annie owns and runs a the beautiful Eve Yoga and Fitness Studio here in my home suburb of Thornbury in Melbourne. Eve Studio celebrates the uniqueness of every woman, and aims to support them, wherever thy’re  at, to awaken their best.

 

Eve is a boutique studio just for women with classes designed to help build strength and flexibility in  body and mind. Before starting Eve, Annie enjoyed a fulfiling career in the community space as a youth worker, conslor and manager, before the idea to start a space for women became to strong to igonre.

 

Join me as Annie and I explore her journey including themes of:

- Caring for yourself as you care for others.

- Creating balance by actually adding to your plate.

- Fostering commuinty through contagious kindness.

- Creating the space for people to be their best.

 

You can find Annie and Eve Studio at http://evestudio.com.au 

 

Want to be part of the conversation? Come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

 

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com 

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/katemccreadyhq 

 

 

Mar 18, 2016

This podcast is a reflection on last week’s episode with Jacqui Lewis. I explore two ideas Jacqui and I spoke about:

 

1. That we should be building our work around the life we want to live (and not the other way around).

As we grow up we are always asked what do we want to be? What do we want to do? But we are rarely asked about the kind of life we want to live. 

Part of the Good Work Revolution is about asking ourself this question. We can't just do work for the sake of others and forget about ourselves.

 

2. That there are some kinds of success that actually do not serve us.

It is easy to find ourselves on a path where we are experiencing success - but success defined by what and who? If we are to think about what we really want in life - is it really success? It can be incredibly difficult to walk away from the kinds of success society tells us we should strive for and reach for our own version of success.

 

Both Jacquie's journey and my own have examples of both these points in them.  I share some of my own stories, as well as some thoughts on how you might explore this for yourself.

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises. Who are creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

 

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/katemccreadyhq

Mar 10, 2016

My guest today is Jacqui Lewis - one half of The Broad Place, a school for consciousness, clarity and creativity which teaches 4 part live courses in vedic meditation, workplace programs, sells ayurvedic products and so much more.

 

Jacqui - a Master Meditation teacher - specialises in taking regular, stressed, under the pump people and shifting them through accessible tools and practices so that they become more creative, grounded, healthier and happier. She takes ancient knowledge and makes it easy to understand and easy to employ in our modern day lives.

 

Departing from an acclaimed Australian creative communications agency she co-founded with her husband, and going through her own transformative journey to good work - Jacqui brings into The Broad Place an energy and personal understanding of the demands of business, family and being engaged in a high energy world.

 

She is an educator, facilitator and speaker on clarity and high grade living, teaching Vedic Meditation worldwide.

 

Join me and Jacqui as we explore themes such as living creatively in a multitasking world, spirituality at warped speed, moving on from work that does not serve us, creating work to align with the life we want, transitioning through careers and high grade living.  

 

If you'd like to find Jacqui, you can do so at www.thebroadplace.com.au

 

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com 

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/katemccreadyhq 

 

Books, Sites, People mentioned in Podcast you might want to check out:

Dr Kristy Goodwin - Kids and Technology http://www.everychancetolearn.com.au/about/

 

Story about kids giving up sense of smell - http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/todays-global-youth-would-give-up-their-sense-of-smell-to-keep-their-technology-122605643.html

 

Book - Wherever You Go, There You Are - Jon Kabat-Kin

http://www.amazon.com/Wherever-You-Go-There-Are/dp/1401307787

Feb 23, 2016

Reflecting on last week's episode with Christian Duell, I dive into an idea we explored in our conversation on how our purpose is not fixed. It is something that can bend and change over time.

 

I also look at the idea of using projects to explore your purpose: to approach the idea of finding your purpose as an experiment as opposed to a journey with an end point. Finally, I explore playing with and evolving your purpose as you grow as a person and chip away the parts of you that no longer serve you.

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises, creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

 

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

 

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Feb 17, 2016

Today it’s my absolute pleasure to be chatting with my friend Christian Duell or Duell depending on where in the world you’re from.

 

Christian began his working life as an architect, but after years in a corporate design firm a relationships ending was a catalyst for him  to take a step back from his linear work pathway. He chose to take a sabbatical which took him on an unexpected series of twists and turns - leading him him to a design residency which sparked a fresh appreciation for true collaboration and applying creativity in tackling social issues.

 

Later returning to Australia, he worked on some fascinating projects in his home state of Queensland including managing the asia Pacific Design Library at the State Library of Queensland.

 

Christian is now a design strategist, social entrepreneur and part-time musician. He is the founder of design consultancy White Light as well as Be Awesome, a social movement devoted to promoting activities that empower individuals with the freedom to stop, choose and act with integrity.

 

Christian is passionate about the opportunities that arise through travel, collaboration, chance encounters and new relationships formed across a range of creative fields. He doing all kinds of amazing work in his sweet spot - supporting people to find greater freedom and quality of choice through creative thinking.

 

Join me as Christian and I explore moving from the traditional, linear life path, turning disasters into opportunity, creating space for people to come together, the dance between security and freedom and being adaptable and flexible in following      your good work path.

 

You can find Christian at:

www.white-light.com.au

www.beaweseome.org.au

 

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at:

http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

 

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Feb 10, 2016

Reflecting on last week's conversation with Julie Parter, I delve into the concept of identity and how aligning our work and identity can improve our wellbeing and step us closer to fulfilling and inspiring businesses and careers.

"It's just not me". Have you ever used this line about your work? It's something I've heard a lot. So why is this such a big thing? And if our work doesn't feel aligned, what can we do? Or as leaders, managers or employers - what can we do to help our employees with this?

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises, creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Feb 3, 2016

Julie Parker is one of Australia’s foremost life and business coaches and trainers with more than a decade’s experience inspiring hundreds of clients and thousands of people to create beautiful lives and businesses. The CEO and Founder of The Beautiful You Coaching Academy, Julie passionately trains and supports heart centered and gifted people to bring their talents and love of giving into the world as life coaches.


Join me in today’s epoisode where we go back through Julie’s journey and explore themes of heritage, being true to your identity in what you do, the challenges of working from home, making slow and conscious business or career transitions and of course what it means to do good work.

You can find Julie at http://beautifulyoucoachingacademy.com

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com 

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready 

Jan 27, 2016

Reflecting on last week's conversation with Mykel Dixon, I explore the possibility that lies in a new and changing working landscape. 

Whether you have your own business, are hoping to start one, are working for a large or small organisation, possibility surrounds us like never before.

Freelancing, flexible working arrangements, tele-commuting, co-working - they are shaking the working world up and crating opportunity for us to shape the world of work how we want it to be.

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises, creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

Jan 27, 2016

Hi there, Kate McCready here and welcome to the today’s episode of The Good Work Revolution Podcast where each week we delve into stories and ideas for creating work to fulfil, inspire and have a positive impact.

 

Today I’m really excited to introduce our very first guest to you - Mykel Dixon.

Mykel is a speaker, author & advisor in the emerging fields of Artisan Thinking & Cultural Architecture. Drawing on 15 years experience in the arts / entertainment sector as a musician, spoken wordsmith & event designer he liberates individuals and organisations from limiting beliefs, outdated ideologies and archaic work environments by adopting the key tenets of an artistic mindset.

His latest book, 'Just do 5omething : 50 days to unlock and unleash your business artistry' is the perfect handbook for courageous leaders looking to activate and amplify their capacity for creativity & innovation.

Whether trekking the Argentinian Andes or on surf safari in Southern Africa, breaking month long vows of silence in Indian ashrams or owning beach bars in Cambodia, Mykel has always valued and served his wanderlust which continues to inspire and inform his ideas, his intent and his art.

Mykel is pursuing a fascinating and rich blended freelance career and his brand of good work which I can’t wait to share with you in today’s episode.

Join us as we explore themes such as:

- Taking risks

- Working with less

- The importance of travel to help give business/career clarity

- Making space for art and creativity

- The changing way of work

- Artisan thinking

and so much more...

 

 

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises, creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

 

To continue the conversation and meet other Good Work Revolutionaries, please come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

Or you can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

 

Jan 27, 2016

Are you ready to create work that fulfils, inspires and has a positive impact? Are you ready to follow your purpose, make a difference and follow that special something that aligns who you are to what you do?


Well welcome to the Good Work Revolution Podcast. My name is Kate McCready, I'm a business and career coach, as well as service and experience designer. I support and empower individuals and organisations to create their special brand of Good Work.

The Good Work Revolution Podcast is for people who are creating businesses, shaping new careers, building social enterprises, creating new ways of working, embracing a multi-passionate work life, working their way, exploring entrepreneurship, changing organisations for the better and so much more.

In this episode I introduce myself, what to expect from the podcast and a bit about how you can join the Good Work Revolution.

Please feel free to come and join the GWR Facebook group at http://facebook.com/groups/goodworkrevolution

You can find me at:

My Website: http://katemccready.com

Instagram: http://instagram.com/katemccreadyhq

Facebook: http://facebook.com/katemccready.com

Twitter: http://twitter.com/katemccready

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