As a result of the media attention surrounding The Kindness Rocks Project™, Founder Megan Murphy has been asked to travel and speak about the project with Schools, Corporations, and Organizations around the country.
"We are all responsible for the energy we bring into a conversation, a room, an office, and the world we live in...
Awareness of the self and our role in relationship building
Understanding- Looking beyond the self and cultivating compassion and empathy toward others
Perceptions and Judgements- Why we see things as individuals
Being right or doing what's right- Choice
Respect for others
Responding vs. Reacting
"It is understanding that gives us an ability to have peace. When we understand the other fellow's viewpoint, and he understands ours, then we can sit down and work out our differences."
-Harry S. Truman
What we can learn from others
Finding common ground...the foundation that all relationships are built upon
Curiosity is key
" Communication- human connection- is the key to personal and career success."
The power of story
The art of listening
Personal growth gained through connection
Law of atrraction- That which we see in others is a reflection of what lives within us
Megan Murphy is an Author, Women’s Empowerment Coach, Business Mentor, Kindness Activist, Meditation Instructor and Lecturer.
She is a business mentor for SCORE, Freelance Writer, and Creator of The Kindness Rocks Project. She resides on Cape Cod, MA with her husband, three daughters and two giant dogs.
Megan is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Score certified mentor earning her coaching certifications through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) and is a member of the International Coaching Federation ICF.
Megan has been featured on Fox News Boston, NBC Boston, WCVB Channel 5; 5 for Good segment, The Boston Globe, The Detroit Free Press, The Washington Post, Cape Cod Life Magazine, Conscious Life Magazine, Parents Magazine, Highlights for Kids Magazine, Country Living Magazine, First for Women Magazine, The Cape Cod Times, Today.com, The Huffington Post, Southern Living Magazine and many other regional news media outlets across the country where members of the project participate. She has been published in The 2017 Chicken Soup for the Soul: My Kind America book, Mind, Body, Green, Tut.com and Grown & Flown and quoted in many more publications and blogs.
Some Topics Include:
Kindness and compassion; why its needed now
TKRP The Art of connecting: Art therapy for all
Creating a Kindversation
Speaking references provided upon request
Whether you are a teacher who wants to introduce your students to TKRP or an Organization interested in “how it all began” or a Rock painting Group event/fundraiser Megan would love to “connect” with you! Since TKRP has expanded at such a rapid rate, Megan often receives requests to speak at schools, corporations and for Organizations, however, long-distance travel makes this difficult Skype makes it all possible!