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The Pluralists Club offers you a new and better way to work and live

 

What is The Pluralists Club?

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Is the Club for you?

The Pluralists Club is for professionals who wish to control their careers on their own terms; for successful business people wanting to diversify their employment and explore and exploit opportunities in new areas; and for those who seek a better work life balance or who have no desire to retire!

Top talent today is not being restricted to a single career for life. Instead, the best are using their skills to create their own ideal work-life balance, with a main job alongside voluntary, creative, entrepreneur and angel roles, as well as a non-executive directorship or two.

The Pluralists Club exists for those people wishing to develop, or already enjoying, a Plural Career.

What you can expect

The Pluralists Club exists to give you the level of assistance and support you need to plan and meet your personal goals

 in the short, medium, and long term.

Key benefits include:

 

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Why Join?

Being a Pluralist means you fit your activities into the boxes you choose, rather than letting others choose them for you. You manage your personal blend of wealth generation with voluntary and family commitments, all to attain the personal and financial satisfaction which is at the heart of being a Pluralist.

What does the Club offer?

The Pluralists Club offers a range of practical and experience career development days, networking evenings, a Members-only Investor Club and engagement opportunities to equip its Members with the skills to pursue and then reap the benefits of a Plural Career – a new and better way of working and living

Pluralist

Pronunciation:

plur-al-ist

Noun:

a person who pursues many different earning activities simultaneously or consecutively

Plurocracy

Pronunciation:

plur-oc-racy

Noun:

the genre of pluralists

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The Allies Statue, Lawrence Holofcener, 1995

This statue of Churchill and Roosevelt represents all the things The Pluralists Club aims to emulate. The Painter, Author, Soldier and Prime Minister Churchill leans together with the Lawyer, President and Man of Letters, Roosevelt. This symbolises the close relationship which made possible the defeat of the Axis Powers in WW2. The Pluralists Club recognises that, by coming together, we can help each other to reach our full career and personal potential. We want to help you do just that.