3x Best Selling Author, 2x TED TALK speaker, TV Host and writer Megan Gallagher joins us for a open conversation on her interests! Check it out down below:
Thank you for being with us! Where are you based and where would you say your fan base is?
Thank you for having me! I would say my fanbase is mainly teenagers and some parents! I have been growing my social media accounts for the last five years and it’s been so impressive seeing the growth and outreach! It’s my little community and I feel lucky that I have the opportunity to positively impact these people!
What would you never apologize for?
I would never apologize for sticking up for someone else! Or doing the right thing! I think in the moment, things can feel scary but just taking the leap! Doing what is right, sticking up for other people and helping others when they need it!
Who is your HERO and what does a HERO mean to you?
My hero is definitely my Dad. He is the greatest man I’ve ever met. He works so hard, loves his family and is just the simplest guy. He really is the greatest girl Dad and I feel so lucky. I know for women, having a strong present male role model in their life is extremely important! It shapes you into who you are, it gives you that confidence. He is the type of Dad that will drop anything to speak with you!
What exotic location would you most like to visit or perform when COVID is finally over?
Oh my gosh, I think I’m going to visit Bora Bora. My family was planning on going this winter, and It got cancelled- so just someplace warm and tropical. I miss the experience of traveling!
How do you juggle the day job and the dream career, or are they one and the same?
I feel lucky that I can fully support myself financially now. In the beginning, my parents helped me out. Then, I slowly got paid more and could support myself. That’s something I like to be honest about though, in the beginning, it may not look easy or simple. Just keep at it, and make it happen. Whether that means getting a part time job, or having your parents support you! I think it’s always worth it to follow your dreams.