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The MidLife ReThink Webinar Series

Feb. 10 10:00a.m. - 11:30a.m.
Feb. 17 10:00a.m. - 11:30a.m.
Feb. 24 10:00a.m. - 11:30a.m.

A headshot of speaker Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, the Victoria University logo, and the text The MidLife ReThink, ReThink 2021 and the Rest of Your LifeSummary:

  • An online workshop to "ReThink Life from the Middle"
  • $60 for three 90-minute sessions
  • February 10, 17, and 24 at 10am ET

The MidLife ReThink is a three-part online workshop to help you design what's next. “Ready or not, each phase of life demands that we grow and change," says Avivah Wittenberg-Cox Vic 8T1. “A bit of thinking goes a long way in becoming a skilled life transitionist, ready to redraw (or just update) the map of our lives.”

Ready to creatively revisit your thinking about work, love, wealth and wellness across much longer lives? Careers are moving from sprints to marathons. Most of us aren’t training for the long haul. Join us for this inspiring webinar, that's useful whatever age or stage you’re at.

Webinar Overview

Session 1, "Harvest the Past", 10 a.m., Feb. 10, 2021

Where I’ve been: A review of life to date, where you’ve come from, what you’ve experienced, and what you’ve learned. 

Session 2, "Assess the Present", 10 a.m. ET, Feb. 17, 2021 

Where I’m standing: Where am I in the arc of life and with whom am I travelling? What roles/ relationships/ beliefs do I want to keep, and what might I let go of?

Session 3, "Map the Future, 10 a.m. ET, Feb. 24, 2021

Who I want to become: The dream, the role models and the choices to make today to move towards the future I want.
 

To register by February 8, visit The MidLife ReThink at Vic.
 

Author, coach, consultant and CEO of 20-first, Avivah Wittenberg-Cox has worked with individuals and businesses around the world to design balanced lives and businesses. The author of multiple books, including Late Love: Mating in Maturity and Why Women Mean Business, she is a 3 x TEDx speaker and a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review and Forbes. By nationality Canadian, French and Swiss, she has an MBA from INSEAD and is a graduate of Victoria College in the University of Toronto. She lives in London with her sculptor husband, dog Daisy and is occasionally visited by her two, globe-trotting, gender-balanced children, a son and daughter.