Here are a number of articles published about international Holistic Management Practitioners and Certified Educators. Enjoy….
Ever thought about what your own eulogy might sound like?
From the ABC Rural in New South Wales, Australia, read this article about Holistic Management Certified Educator, Brian Wehlburg
“If people can identify what drives them and what excites them, it becomes a positive driver for change.”
Brain is also featured in this short video.
An holistic, sustainable style of farming
From the Comax Valley Record in British Columbia, CA, read the story of Dan & Maggie Thran who run the DKT Farm in Courtenay
“We try to follow what we call a holistic management style,” explains Thran. “It’s a natural approach that involves profitability, a family lifestyle, sustainability and environmental considerations. If you lose any one of those components, the other three fall by the wayside.”
A man who loved the land
From The Land, in NSW, Australia, read the story of George Gundy, a former Holistic Management Certified Educator who recently passed away….
“Holistic Management embodies “triple bottom line” thinking. It teaches that no-one can make sound decisions unless they consider a decision’s personal, financial and environmental consequences – and that means the person making the decision needs a “holistic” understanding of what they value in life.
The logic of this idea hit Mr Gundry hard. In the early 2000s he went to the United States to undertake training as a Holistic Management® educator.”
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