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How To Thrive In Relationships In A Digitally Driven World, with Live Deeply Founder, Jenny Dalio

Never Settle Challenge:

With Live Deeply, I am challenging the way people build and maintain relationships. There’s a loss of connection and community in the world today that cannot be restored without our willing and intentional participation. We do that by taking the time to listen to one another, creating safe spaces for conversation and taking the risk of being vulnerable.

Live Deeply's Mission:

From the moment I could talk, I was asking existential questions. Why are we here, and what makes life worthwhile?  Along the way, I discovered that for me, a prerequisite for a purposeful life involves meaningful relationships. And these are built through deep and enriching conversations.

I’m also challenging the way that people gather. So often, I go to events where every detail is meticulously thought out, but no attention is given to the guest’s emotional experience. Do they feel intimidated? Free to be themselves?

About Jenny Dalio:

Jenny Dalio is the founder of Live Deeply, a company that helps people discover the intrinsic joy derived from authentic relationships. Jenny has hosted gatherings across the world, led retreats, moderated business events, volunteered at a suicide hotline, hosted a TED dinner, and more. She is a sought-after speaker dedicated to helping people build connection and community.  

A native of Buenos Aires, Jenny became the first female curator of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers. She speaks English, Spanish, Italian, and French and enjoys building community in every city she visits, creating new links and learning about the cultures that surround it.



About the Host:

Sara Quiriconi is an actress, artist, entrepreneur and creative storyteller, inspired and driven to empower others to be resilient, never settle, live well and live free.

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