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How Do I Have A Full Life At 50+?

ACT3 is designed to help you answer that question

Our third act

Our third act - the 50+ years - is what we used to call old age or retirement.

Yet with 20 more years to live than our parents, in better health and higher expectations - how do we prepare?  

It’s impossible to pursue a goal we cannot see.  Most of us are ‘walking backwards into the future,’ as Marshall McLuhan said.  

ACT3 will help you realise your ambitions for: Health • Relationships • Work • Money • World • Me • Soul • Home

ACT3 FACTS

• A child born in Cambridge in 2016 has a life expectancy of 105.  

• Life expectancy is growing by 5 hours a day.

If young people realize they might live past 100 and be in good shape to 90 or 95, it might make more sense to mix education, work and child-rearing across more years of life instead of devoting the first two decades exclusively to education, the next three or four decades to career and parenting, and the last four solely to leisure
— Demographer James Vaupel

Who’s behind Act3?

Three good friends create ACT3

Judy Reith

Judy is the perfect mum (not). Writer. Coach. Speaker, Gin and Tonic fan.  
Judy genuinely believed she'd be the natural mother ... until she had kids.  Since then she's trained in parenting and has two decades experience in coaching, public speaking, writing and broadcasting on the subject of parenting and self development.

Martin Wroe

Martin is a journalist, poet and broadcaster... Improvising with the living. Burying the dead. His poems, stories and prayers have been widely published. 'Trying to get to heaven before they close the door...'

Adrian Reith

Adrian is an unblocker of mental pipes - a qualified executive coach. He spent 30 happy years in creative media and business roles, and now works with leaders and teams in businesses and organisations to be their most effective: to achieve work and life nirvana.