Join Brian Johnson, the author of the bestselling book Areté: Activate Your Heroic Potential, Founder + CEO of Heroic, and coach to elite professional athletes, coaches, and executives, in Chicago THIS Tuesday, November 28th.
Gregg Berhalter, the head coach of the United States Soccer Men’s National Team, will be giving the introduction.
Matt McCall, the Founder of FORGE Capital and voted one of the Top 100 venture capitalists in the U.S., will be facilitating a chat with Brian on all things Areté and how to activate your Heroic potential, build greater confidence, find meaning and purpose, perform at a higher level, and win the ultimate game of life.
As a Founder/CEO, Brian made crowdfunding history and built and sold two social platforms. As a Philosopher/teacher, he’s helped millions of people from around the world, trained 10,000+ Heroic Coaches from 100+ countries and created a protocol that science says changes lives.
Now, in his new book, Areté (pronounced “are-uh-tay.”), he integrates timeless truths with contemporary science and practical tools to help readers fulfill their destinies and be the best versions of themselves.
During this conversational event, Brian will be walking through the seven objectives of Areté and Heroic and how to apply them to your life.
Plus, everyone who registers for the event will get a free year of Heroic premium ($99 value), which John Mackey, the Founder and former CEO of Whole Foods Market, calls "the best self-development platform in the world."
Brian Johnson is the Founder & CEO of Heroic Public Benefit Corporation. He’s 50% Philosopher + 50% CEO and 101% committed to helping create a world in which 51% of humanity is flourishing by the year 2051. As a Founder/CEO he’s raised $25M+, made crowdfunding history, and built and sold two social platforms. As a Philosopher/teacher, he’s helped millions of people from around the world, trained 10,000+ Heroic Coaches from 100+ countries and created a protocol that science says changes lives. He lives in the country outside Austin, Texas, with his wife, Alexandra, and their two kids, Emerson and Eleanor.