Session: How a watermelon got stuck in a ‘millennial crisis’
In 2019 I was faced with what I call “millennial crisis”. This was the time when I realized that an imaginary perfect life (i.e. graduate from a prestigious university, get a good job, connect with cool friends and don’t ever have to worry about what you wish to buy) didn’t work for me anymore. So I quitted my corporate job at Maersk and went to rural Uganda to volunteer with women. I strongly believed that working in an NGO would naturally bring me my purpose. Unfortunately that didn’t happen so easily… but it did taught me a lot!
During my talk I share with my personal insights and tools which helped to reflect on myself and clarify my life purpose which I am following still today.
- Purpose isn't just ONE thing
- 'Millennial crisis' happens not only to millennials
- A louse job often triggers the 'millennial crisis'
Agne is a Digital Transformation Consultant at Schuberg Philis who writes a personal blog in her free time (https://nainyte.com/). In 2019 Agne was faced with what she calls "millennial crisis", when she decided to leave her previous job at Maersk and pursue volunteering with women in rural Uganda. Since then Agne is sharing her experience and personal discoveries on how to find your purpose and live a meaningful life.