Growing Your Business through Individuality – A Flashpoint Forum

NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED...

Flybys Media & The Phoenix Factor present:

"Growing your business through Individuality - A Flashpoint Forum"

A conversation on creating purpose from passion with some of NYC & DC's top business leaders.

About this Event

Is individuality your superpower? Have you ever considered a drastic career change to simply do what you want? Do you constantly wonder what the rest of your career or life looks like? Are you afraid to confide in others about your ideas ?

These are common thoughts that take place within all of us and often times are accompanied by guilt. What if you knew that your individuality could actually help you excel in business?

Join us on June 6, 2019 at WeWork Universal North to hear 5 unique stories about how resiliency and self discovery can trigger changes in how you approach your immediate future. This is not a workshop, nor is it a masterclass. Rather it is a collection of five unique stories and life experiences that led to personal and professional clarity; and ultimately happiness. You will hear about how these individuals endured, overcame, and learned from their adversities and then used those lessons to thrust themselves forward. This is a no frills, unfiltered recap of how their truths allowed them to arrive to where they belong and prompted them to come together to share their messages with others.

Presented by RIch Cardona, CEO - Flybys Media

Speakers:

• Claude Silver, Chief Heart Officer- Vayner Media
• Brandy Hollaway, CEO The Phoenix Factor, Founder Girls on Fire Network
• Sel Watts, CEO - WATTSNEXTPX
• Giles Kesteloot, President - Blackstone Federal

This event will be moderated by Jessica Du Bois with Benefits Business Group.

NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED...

Date

Jun 06 2019

Time

5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost

$49 - $159

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Location

WeWork Universal North
1875 Connecticut Avenue NW, 10th Floor, Washington, D.C. 20009

Organizer

Flybys Media & The Phoenix Factor
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