San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
*** CHANGE OF ROOM NUMBER -- Instead of meeting in Room 553, we will be meeting in Room 555.
Looking forward to seeing you!
Have you figured out your life yet?
“Work, Life and Death in Silicon Valley - An Insider’s Journey to Happiness” is a deeply personal, highly interactive, 90-minute presentation and discussion led by Jim McCarthy. The workshop helps you contemplate your livelihood, legacy, relationships, and purpose. It’s packed with anecdotes, quotes, and advice for how to be happy — right here, right now. Jim brings his unique perspective — as a Stanford MBA, Internet pioneer, world traveler, Buddhist, and person living with a cancer diagnosis.
Who should attend?
Anyone who is open to addressing the purpose of their work and life. The topics can be heavy, but it’s worth it! Your active participation is expected.
Some praise when Jim presented this to the Entrepreneurship Club, Stanford Graduate School of Business:
“One of the best sessions that I have attended at the GSB.”
When and Where:
Wednesday, October 9.
4:30 to 6:15 PM.
San Francisco State University
College of Business
835 Market St. 5 th Floor
Conference room #553
International Business Graduate Association (IBGA)
Space is limited, so please register today!
When & Where
San Francisco State University, College of Business, Downtown Campus. 5th Floor, Conference Room #555, International Business Graduate Association (IBGA).
835 Market St
Wednesday, October 9, 2013 from 4:30 PM to 6:15 PM (PDT)
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Jim McCarthy is a motivational speaker and leadership consultant. He works with executives to build happy, high performance teams. He also helps people through career and life coaching.
Jim has over 15 years of executive and board-level experience at premium Silicon Valley Internet companies in hyper-growth, ranging from VC-backed startups to public companies such as Yahoo, NexTag, Answers.com, BlueLithium and Drawbridge.
For more on Jim's background: http://jimmccarthy.biz/