We were thrilled to collaborate with CPA Australia on an event for its members that are transitioning away from their full-time jobs. More than 70 people gathered for a 2-hour interactive workshop, where we split into small groups to think through what our ideal lives would look like after full-time work.
Full Time Lives' co-founder Natalie Yan-Chatonsky will share her learnings on longevity from her study tour to Okinawa, Japan. Okinawa is one of the 5 Blue Zones hotspots, where there's one of the highest density of healthy and happy centenarians in the world.
She shares some of the inspiring stories of the older Okinawas she met and what we can learn from them to lead a fulfilling, happy and healthy life, no matter what age.
Having purpose and connections with community has been proven to be one of the most important aspects for keeping people happy throughout their lives. This is never more important than when you make your late career transition so it’s something worth spending time exploring what makes you feel fulfilled and valued.
Full Time Lives and Ikabo co-hosted a meet-up with a panel of inspiring leaders from both the NFP and private sector as they shared their personal stories of how they started and developed their purposeful side-hustle ventures.
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Close relationships have proven to be one of the most important aspects for keeping people happy throughout their lives. This is never more important than when you make your late career transition so it’s something worth spending time on.
We held a pub lunch at Harts Pub in the Rocks for a discussion around how being socially connected enhances your well-being and ways to find new connections.
Full Time Lives hosted a roundtable discussion dinner with a diverse group of incredible social venture and business leaders.
The conversation weaved around how #purpose drives us and how each of us can play a role in changing the narrative of business culture to be more focused on humanity.
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While money might not make you happy, we all know we need it to live comfortably and well. We hosted a discussion with people in our community over a Thai banquet around what makes a ‘rich’ life in retirement, how priorities and lifestyles change and ways to increase your wealth while not working full time.