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Monday, February 24 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
LIVING TO WORK, OR WORKING TO LIVE? HOW TO LIVE WELL IN A WORLD THAT'S ALWAYS ON Queue Early!

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Advances in technology have blurred the lines between work and life, and the social media and influencer culture have made it increasingly easier (even as economic realities have forced us) to monetise our skills and passions in addition to paid employment, leaving the world with a generation of millennials for whom every waking moment must provide a return on investment. This expectation to be "always on" and "always producing" understandably leaves us with a world of stress, even when we look like we're having fun.

This interactive session seeks to explore the ways technology and digital media have changed the way we work, and invites speakers and attendees to share different tips and strategies for reducing work related stress and ensuring that we treat ourselves as humans first, and creators second.

This session is for creative freelancers and early stage startup founders, but everyone is welcome!

Speakers
avatar for Deola Adebiyi

Deola Adebiyi

Communications Senior Associate, Bamboo
Deola Adebiyi is the Communications Senior Associate at Bamboo, an investment platform that gives to access to the best dollar denominated investments. 
avatar for Franklin Ugobude

Franklin Ugobude

Marketing Manager, Topship Africa
I have worked in marketing and communications for about five years, creating various forms of content and working in various aspects of digital marketing: e-mail marketing, content curation, social media marketing and digital strategy. Talk to me about that, Beyonce, arts and fi... Read More →
avatar for Ore Fakorede

Ore Fakorede

Communications Manager, Kuda
I blog about emotions and mental health at orefakorede.com.
avatar for Amanda Iheme

Amanda Iheme

Psychotherapist, NDIDI
I am a psychotherapist and an architecture photographer. You can talk to me about mental health, spirituality, photographer and philosophy.


Monday February 24, 2020 12:30pm - 1:30pm WAT
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