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At a time where you might be finding yourself with a heap of extra time, we’ve been working behind the scenes to get you the tools to sharpen those life skills without having to leave the house.
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Past Upskill Sessions
She’s On The Money
7:30pm Thursday May 21, 2020
Improving financial literacy is at the heart of everything we do at Up. As a part of the UpSkill series, we’re beyond excited to partner with our fav financial guru to bring you some of her best practical financial insights to create a life of abundance.
Victoria Devine, knows how to illuminate and communicate the world of money matters. She’s the dynamic founder and host of She’s on the Money, an award-winning financial adviser and has helped thousands of people change their relationship with money. Traditionally her audience has been millennial women but she’s opening up her insights for all Upsiders in this very special webinar.
You will learn how to:
- take control of your financial life
- run your own financial health check
- budget like a boss
Who's it good for?
This event is perfect if you want to change your relationship with money for the better. Participants will leave armed with a positive money mindset and practical strategies to build your financial life.
The Mind Room
7:30pm Thursday May 14, 2020
Mind Room co-founder Dr Jo Mitchell shares key skills and strategies to care for our mental health and build wellbeing.
You’ll learn about a range of evidence-based strategies including how to:
- tune in to yourself and your emotions
- complete the stress cycle
- hold boundaries
- create healthy routines
- build a sense of calm confidence
- build your own wellbeing plan
Who's it good for?
This recording is perfect if you want to reinvent the way you regulate your emotions and want to learn how to proactively deal with life’s stresses. You’ll leave armed with practical strategies to apply at work and in everyday life so you (and we) can move from surviving to thriving.