BEYOUROWN MAN X TECH OPEN AIR Berlin
We have partnered up with Europe’s leading technology festival held in Berlin Tech Open Air. So if you are looking to network, watch some fantastic speakers and make valuable business contacts then book your tickets using our code “TOA19community19” to receive 15% discount.
#BEYOUROWN MAN MEETS STEFANOS SIFANDOS
Stefanos Sifandos primarily considers himself a 'Relational Alchemist' - Where he is able to achieve transformation in a relationship through conscious connection. Stef is an international speaker and author.
#BEYOUROWN MAN MEETS CHRIS HANCOCK
Chris Hancock joins us to tell us about what fuelled his initial passion for wanting to help others shift from just managing stress to cultivating real fulfilment and tells us how he aims to helps us to maintain a more intentional, meaningful relationship with ourselves.
#BEYOUROWN MAN MEETS BRANDON GARR
With his in demand status and reputation for editorial styling, Brandon M. Garr is a well respected fashion and celebrity stylist residing in the creative haven of New York’s East Village with his pulse on all things fashion.
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JOSH S. ROSE
Josh S. Rose began spent the first part of his career as one of the most sought-after creative directors in the country building some of the largest brands in the world.
#BEYOUROWN MAN MEETS MARC CHAMPAGNE
From the minute you wake up, to the time you go to bed, you get to choose how you spend your every minute. From what you eat, to what you do, each decision shapes your life.
#BEYOUROWN MAN MEETS NIC DONOVAN
A pioneering ultra-endurance athlete who strives to learn daily and teach others what life has taught him, Luke not only pushes his body to its limits but challenges his mind to find a way to get through these incredible adventures.
#BEYOUROWN MAN MEETS FRANKIE GRUNDLER
Frankie started his first business at the age of 8 and has not stopped. In his 20s he grew a company to 150 employees and $30MM in annual revenue. However, in the process, he lost himself, in part due to the beliefs that had been drilled into him. He thought working long, hard days was what was most important, and a culture of fear was the only way to motivate a team.