The Live Presentations
You can do the thing that lights a fire in your soul. Shift your mindset and live the life you love full of purpose, inspiration, and impact. But you'll need to get down and serious about growing a business that is structured, predictable and scalable.
Entrepreneurs often fall short because they have a fundamental misunderstanding of the different phases of business and what their role should be at each phase. A founder needs to know how to navigate a path into the final phase.
High Point Gamer
Derek struggled as an introvert to move ahead in corporate - but found it to be an advantage in entrepreneurship and Esports. He also learned he had the wrong financial mindset prior to entrepreneurship. Derek tells his story and inspires.
Kat & Kaylan
These incredible twin sisters have already launched a company, written a book, and developed a sizable social media following. They are passionate about experiences, art, food, and community. Kaylan and Kat tell their stories and inspire.
Johnny is a suicide survivor, a TEDx speaker, touring musician, and the founder & CEO of Cope Notes, a text-based mental health platform that provides daily support to users in nearly 100 countries around the world. Johnny tells his story and inspires.
Janel started her multi-million dollar consulting business from her spare bedroom and with just a few thousand dollars of savings - and she left a six-figure corporate VP position to do it - customer by customer, new team member by new team member.
Inspired to help his friend suffering from Crohn's Disease, Garyn left his job as a very successful money manager to create an easy to use device that makes cannabis-infused 'Magical Butter'. Today known simply as Magical Brands.
Humanity Wine Co
Maria doesn't believe in charity and non-profit per usual. Her social enterprise company donates 50% of its profits to high-trauma orphans in Argentina. Maria worked 3 jobs at once to launch her first non-profit. She tells her story and inspires.
Quit to Start
We should all have the opportunity to achieve our fullest potential. For some of us, working for others just doesn't work and it will never provide the freedom, latitude, and happiness which we yearn. Some of us are meant for more.
Born in Abu Dhabi, Samyr immigrated to the U.S. at age seven with his mother and sister. He struggled to fit-in but persevered through college to land a top tier corporate job. But something was missing, so he quit, drove an Uber to fund his startup.