Our guest this week is founder and author, Natalie Yan-Chatonsky.
Natalie founded her start up Full Time Lives some years ago and she’s just launched a book, called ‘The Art of Full Time Living’ which is a guide to help turn women’s mid-life transitions into fulfilling and rewarding transformations for their second half of life.
Natalie is on a pioneering quest to ensure mid-life women take the time to think proactively about living fulfilled and connected lives in the decades ahead, whether that’s post kids leaving home or stepping back from a full time career.
We know Natalie well and she’s bowled us over in the past few years with her dedication and commitment to making a difference to women’s lives, particularly the second half of their lives.
In this episode you’ll hear how:
- Natalie has carefully navigated her various career transitions
- She originally started researching big life changes ahead of her father’s potential retirement but it’s ended up being her life that’s changed the most
- Why she worked 7 days a week for a year in order to complete her book; and
- The magic ingredient and habit that’s made all the difference to her focus and productivity.
Whatever life stage you’re at right now, there are lessons in here for all of us… A life proactively shaped is a life that will make us more fulfilled.
Enjoy this episode with the disciplined and purposeful Natalie Yan-Chatonsky.
Natalie’s website Full Time Lives
Natalie’s book – ‘The Art of Full Time Living’
Natalie on LinkedIn