For a copy of James Altucher's latest book,"The Power Of No" purchased your ticket with the book option!
So you think making a million dollars will make you happy?
What if we told you money doesn't equate to happiness? Would you laugh?
This month for our #bossup series we bring you James Altucher who has made millions, lost it all, and did it all over again. Due to his experience, he is a firm believer that money does not equal happiness. He will tell us why he believes this and how we should go about obtaining true happiness in business or in life.
Let’s be honest, we would all love to wake up knowing that we have a million dollars in the bank, but will it be that fulfilling?
James will talk about his experience and how Hip Hop has influenced his businesses. Then in true Phat Startup fashion we will open up the questions to YOU!
For 30 minutes we will have our own ask James anything segment so YOU can ask him the questions you need answered.
James Altucher is a hedge fund manager, who now prides himself helping others to #bossup. He is an entrepreneur, angel investor, bestselling author, and is the host of 2 popular podcasts titled "Ask Altucher"and "The James Altucher Show."
He has founded or cofounded over 20 companies, and goes on record claiming to have failed at 17 of them.
He has published 11 books, and is a frequent contributor to publications including The Financial Times, TheStreet.com, TechCrunch,Seeking Alpha, Thought Catalog, and The Huffington Post.
No Come Up Story Here But You Will Learn:
-How Hip Hop has played a role in his life and business
-How to only work on things that make you happy
-How to be happy, fulfilled and successful the James way
-How to say NO!
6:00 - 7:00 pm Networking, Pizza, and light refreshments
7:00 - 8:00 pm Fireside chat + Q&A with James
8:00 -9:00 pm It's wrap, make connections
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About The Phat Startup
Join us to discuss Technology Entrepreneurship and how Hip Hop has inspired founders to start businesses. We bring together thought leaders from various industries so you can learn what it takes to be successful in business. By sharing the knowledge we have all obtained, we can create an ecosystem that could provide value for everyone. We do so via The Phat Startup website.
At these meetups you will be able to learn from successful entrepreneurs, network with fellow Hip Hop enthusiast, and discuss strategies that can assist others while building their businesses.
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