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This Issue’s Contributors

Jay Shetty, influencer, speaker, and coach extraordinaire is the creator and guardian of Purpose Ed Magazine and shares with readers seven techniques he uses to manage extreme stress and pressure.

In this month’s cover feature, Prof. Laurie Santos, a Professor of Psychology and Head of Silliman Residential College at Yale University and host of the popular podcast, The Happiness Lab, tells us more about the origins and pursuit of happiness.

Dr. Joan Swart has a Psy.D. in Forensic Psychology and an MBA and is the Head of Curriculum and a Supervisor at the Jay Shetty Certification School. In this issue, Joan shares with us findings of the Jay Shetty Certification School Research Lab and explores how to develop the character strengths that are useful to establish new habits.

In the Coaching Trends section, we feature British Colombia-based, Patrick Cross, a cross-trainer health and transformation coach who tells us about his unique holistic approach and peers into the exciting future of coaching.

Our influencers of the month, Jai Kumar Nair, iDance and fitness influencer, Nicola Mar, author and poet, and Melissa Carcache, actress, podcaster, and entrepreneur, tell us the one habit they would like their followers to adopt in their daily lives.

Two of our graduates of the month, Rickey Getwood Jr. and Steve Toss, share their experiences of the Jay Shetty Certification School program and their plans and vision for their future in coaching.

What's inside?

PURPOSE ED MAGAZINE ISSUE #2

This month’s supervisor interview is with Prof. Bill Pratt, a supervisor at the Jay Shetty Certification School, college professor at both universities and local community colleges in the US, an author, and a traveled speaker of topics covering personal finance.

Yomna Yousef is a coaching supervisor at the Jay Shetty Certification School and explains three key concepts that relate to developing and sustaining habits.

Jay Shetty Certification School supervisor, Chris Hawkins highlights four reasons why many people struggle to start a new habit.

PURPOSE ED MAGAZINE ISSUE #2

What's inside?

Regular features

This Issue’s Contributors

In this month’s cover feature, Prof. Laurie Santos, a Professor of Psychology and Head of Silliman Residential College at Yale University and host of the popular podcast, The Happiness Lab, tells us more about the origins and pursuit of happiness.

Jay Shetty, influencer, speaker, and coach extraordinaire is the creator and guardian of Purpose Ed Magazine and shares with readers seven techniques he uses to manage extreme stress and pressure.

Dr. Joan Swart has a Psy.D. in Forensic Psychology and an MBA and is the Head of Curriculum and a Supervisor at the Jay Shetty Certification School. In this issue, Joan shares with us findings of the Jay Shetty Certification School Research Lab and explores how to develop the character strengths that are useful to establish new habits.

In the Coaching Trends section, we feature British Colombia-based, Patrick Cross, a cross-trainer health and transformation coach who tells us about his unique holistic approach and peers into the exciting future of coaching.

Our influencers of the month, Jai Kumar Nair, iDance and fitness influencer, Nicola Mar, author and poet, and Melissa Carcache, actress, podcaster, and entrepreneur, tell us the one habit they would like their followers to adopt in their daily lives.

Two of our graduates of the month, Rickey Getwood Jr. and Steve Toss, share their experiences of the Jay Shetty Certification School program and their plans and vision for their future in coaching.

This month’s supervisor interview is with Prof. Bill Pratt, a supervisor at the Jay Shetty Certification School, college professor at both universities and local community colleges in the US, an author, and a traveled speaker of topics covering personal finance.

Yomna Yousef is a coaching supervisor at the Jay Shetty Certification School and explains three key concepts that relate to developing and sustaining habits.

Jay Shetty Certification School supervisor, Chris Hawkins highlights four reasons why many people struggle to start a new habit.

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