What are the secrets to living a ‘Good Life’?

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Our CEO Ryan Watson loves nothing more to talk about how Tribeca is trying to help and inspire people to live their good life. It’s nice to know that not only our team and clients are listening, but the industry is also excited by what he has to say.

In a recent edition of Money & Life – the Financial Planning Association of Australia’s official magazine – Ryan explained in detail what Tribeca’s ‘My Good Life’ philosophy really means. And how improving financial wellbeing is not just important for the individual, it can also have a dramatic impact on the performance and productivity of an entire workplace.

We think it’s a great read, covering everything from why the health and wellness of the Tribeca Tribe is a priority for Ryan; to how this has translated into Tribeca’s Financial Wellbeing Program – a program encompassing everything a workplace team needs to know about improving their financial wellness, ranging from cashflow and mindset techniques to insurance and investing.

If you’d like to read more about our thoughts on financial wellbeing, please see our articles on how it can benefit individuals as well as business. You can also watch a recent expert webinar panel we ran which discussed the topic of financial wellbeing, particularly within the COVID-19 environment. See the webinar here

And if you believe your business and employees could benefit from a financial wellbeing program, please click here for more details and to get in touch.

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