Thursday, January 21st, 2016
2:00pm – 6:00pm (one-hour slots)
Impact Hub Oakland
An Office Hour in Redefining Success: Finding Your Purpose and Owning Your Story
In the information age, we are bombarded with ideas about what success is supposed to look like, Yet, do you actually want to work from home, become an origami expert, lead a revolution, or perhaps take up dog walking?
In this interactive and interdisciplinary Office Hour, we will look at the metrics we traditionally use to define what we want in our jobs and in our lives. We will talk about money, status, and what success really looks like. We will talk about dream jobs and dream lives, and what that means for you. More details on the Eventbrite!
Flynn Coleman is an international human rights attorney, a mindfulness and creativity teacher, an author, a TEDx speaker, a Huffington Post writer, a former competitive athlete, a social entrepreneur and innovator, and a founder and CEO. She has a background in innovative approaches to economic empowerment and economic development, behavioral economics, international trade, war crimes, political reconciliation, humanitarian law, and improving access to justice through innovation. She holds a BSFS from Georgetown University, a JD from UC Berkeley School of Law, and an LLM from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
* This is part of Storefront Institute’s Office Hours strand of programming: idea sessions with creative practitioners of all stripes. And part of Impact Hub Oakland’s Self-Shop Week!Back to all Events