ManTalks Presents: An afternoon of greatness promises insights on learning how to align your actions with your values and what living from purpose means.
ManTalks Presents: An Afternoon Of Greatness
- When: April 9, 2016 from 1 to 5 p.m.
- Where: Vancouver Convention Centre
- Cost: Until
March 27March 31 tickets are $61.67 (after using my discount code!)—price goes up after that!
- Bonus: Your ticket also gets you a copy of Lewis Howes’ New York Times best-selling book, The School of Greatness: A Real-World Guide to Living Bigger, Loving Deeper, and Leaving a Legacy
Connor Beaton’s TEDxStanleyPark talk, Behind the Man Mask, is one of the talks I’m most looking forward to on May 28. So when I heard about his upcoming ManTalks event (and after confirming it’s not exclusive to men) I wanted to make sure you heard about it.
Use the discount code “Robyn” and save $10 off your ticket price to ManTalks Presents: The School of Greatness, An Afternoon With Ryan Holmes and Lewis Howes.
A bit about the event
This afternoon of greatness promises insights on learning how to align your actions with your values, what living from purpose means and how you can do it, maintaining clarity, focus, and consistency within your vision, and how to fuse your talent, unique genius, and purpose in all you do.
A bit about the speakers
Vancouver-based Ryan Holmes is a computer programmer and internet entrepreneur, as well as the CEO of Hootsuite, a social media management tool for businesses.
Ryan is also a regular tech contributor to publications like Fast Company, Fortune, and Inc.
Lewis Howes is a lifestyle entrepreneur who is a high performance business coach, ex-professional football player, best-selling author.
He’s also the host of The School of Greatness podcast.
Oh yeah, and he makes his bed every morning.
I’m always looking for reasons to dream and I know this conference won’t disappoint. See you April 9!
ManTalks is an organization supporting men’s health and wellness by giving them the tools they need to be better fathers, husbands, and leaders in their communities.