October 23, 2015
SAN DIEGO, CA – As the workforce ages and retires, it has become crucial for businesses to bridge the cultural and experience gap between Boomers and Millennials.
Growing out of this demand is Life Lounge. Life Lounge started in San Diego with mastermind sessions and keynote events aimed at connecting three generations of business leaders. The response has been so positive that Life Lounge is expanding beyond San Diego and into other Southern California markets in 2016.
Founder Tim Owens will be interviewed by Alicia I. Dearn on The Andrea Kaye Show this Monday, October 26, 2015 during Dearn’s Bellatrix Business segment.
Owens explains that, despite their differences, Boomers and Millennials are eager to work together. Boomers are eager to pass along their legacies and Millennials are eager to learn from business leaders.
Life Lounge San Diego offers quarterly Life Lounge events with notable keynote speakers in beautiful locations in/around San Diego. These gatherings are designed to be experiential so Life Loungers can engage with each other in fun discussions and numerous brands. Life Lounge San Diego is a community of cross generational thought leaders, their purpose is to elevate and support each individual by sharing knowledge and wisdom engaging in the conversations of Millennials, Gen Xers and Boomers alike.
Life Lounge San Diego’s next event is on November 12, 2015 and features keynote speaker Scott Duffy Founder, CEO of Content Market. He is the best-selling author of LAUNCH!, a blueprint for entrepreneurs to launch and grow successful companies, and is a contributor to Inc.com.
Duffy champions entrepreneurship and has spoken at NYSE and has provided commentary for many media outlets such as CNBC, FOX News, and CBS Radio. Duffy has worked for Tony Robbins, CBS Sportsline, NBC Internet, and FOXSports.com. Duffy next founded Smart Charter, an online booking site for private aviation that was acquired by Richard Branson’s Virgin Group.
The November 12 event will provide high-level connection between business and community leaders. There will be drawings and giveaways, hors d’ oeuvres by Vigilucci’s, wine and spirits tastings, gift bags and more to entertain and delight attendees.
As Life Lounge exists to engage Millennials, Gen Xers and Boomers with one another, events are intentionally intimate.
To further their goal of intimate and hands-on engagement between members, Life Lounge SD will be closing their doors to open enrollment in 2016. Starting in January, guests must be invited by a Life Lounge San Diego member in order to attend events and masterminds. Ten percent of membership fees go to the charity, Room to Read.