How much of your life could you outsource? Could you have someone manage your insurance (medical and life), keep your superannuation and investments in check, schedule regular medical checkups and so on? You'd still have to follow their advice, but they'd save you time and energy on a lot of mundane research.
Also, because they don't need to be exclusive, and because their very corporate nature can bring benefits (eg bulk discounts on insurance or internet plans) it might not even be that expensive. It might, however, mean trusting another corporation with a lot of your personal information and access to your money, though, so they would need to be very trustworthy, have excellent security in place (for now, keeping their records on paper might be best) and you'd need to sign over at least some limited power of attourney.
Mokalus of Borg
PS - That might be too much for some people.
PPS - Maybe for them, you can just run a life coaching business.