An Opportunity for Growth
Hi there, fellow adventurer,
I’m Ali Macintyre. I’m certified in trauma-informed and solutions-focused coaching. I also hold a PhD in behavioural economics and certification in applied neuroscience and brain health.
For fourteen years, my academic research has focused on the contexts for collaboration and cooperation, covering topics such as social bonds, trust, and collective action. I also spent most of the last decade developing people, culture and processes in a fully remote virtual environment while helping to build a software startup.
For the past 18 months, at least, we’ve heard experts and governments warning us that the COVID-19 pandemic is creating a huge mental health problem – essentially, a second pandemic.
People are feeling traumatised by disruptions to their lives and experts expect PTSD to be an outcome of this pandemic.
I’ve seen so much commentary telling us how terrible it is, but very little mention of how we take action on it.
The amazing thing is that in 2021 we have the technology to connect and take action.
To me, it’s not a mystery why we’re seeing increases in mental health issues; it’s just a mystery why we aren’t doing more about it.
With my academic and professional background and 20 years of personal experience with overcoming Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD), I realised I was rather uniquely qualified to offer practical solutions, based in behavioural science and neuroscience.
That’s why I created 100 Days Of Purpose.
It’s a community focused on offering the practical, science-backed solutions I personally used to overcome significant trauma, building my life on my own terms, while finding peace of mind, happiness, purpose and motivation.
If you’re interested in learning how to manage day-to-day in this disruptive pandemic and you’re ready to create your life story full of purpose and happiness – the kind of adventure you’d want to share with future generations – I invite you to join our supportive community, 100 Days Of Purpose.
With warm wishes,
Alison Macintyre, PhD