You don’t “meet” Charlie Harary. You experience Charlie Harary.
Charlie Harary is a man of many talents and hats. He is a business owner, attorney, and investment adviser. He is a professor, community activist, and a much sought-after speaker.
What truly sets Charlie apart from the pack, however, is the grace and enthusiasm with which he conducts himself. We are, therefore, super excited to have him return as Emcee for #LTB2015.
Just who is Charlie Harary, though?
Want a reason to submit your business to The Launch Pad 2015? What if we gave you a million reasons?
As a serious business owner or entrepreneur, you are always looking to advance your company or enterprise. The Launch Pad is your chance to propel your business to exponential growth, reach new markets- to take your business to the next level.
That’s a pretty bold statement, no? What, exactly, is the Launch Pad?
There’s a man who collects junk for a living. And he’s made millions in the process.
As a walking, talking, breathing, sneezing King Midas protégé who’s known to surround himself with rusty ovens, dusty desks, and musty mattresses, he’s clearly very unique – every piece of junk he touches turns into gold.
His part-mythological, part-entrepreneurial touch transformed an upstart company (originally founded by a few shaggy-haired college kids with an equally shaggy pickup truck) into an international powerhouse called 1-800-GOT-JUNK?.
Just who exactly is this proverbial King Midas and what’s his story?
Got questions? You’ll find that Siri will field your fine dining dilemmas, upcoming weather quandaries, traffic jam plights, and standard assortment of day-to-day lifestyle related queries with aplomb.
But try asking Siri how to differentiate your product from the competition. Or how to deal with conflict in the workplace. Or how to go about delegating vital tasks to employees.
I’m willing to wager that you’ll be left staring at the blank screen of your iPhone with an equally blank look on your face. And don’t fool yourself by thinking that Amazon’s newfangled Alexa will be much of a help. There’s a better solution.
The mission of LTB has always been to help businesses flourish amidst the rapidly evolving marketplace. We’ve continuously furthered that objective by creating integrated platforms to raise business growth awareness in the Jewish community to the next level.
Today, LTB 2015 is proud to introduce you to the newest initiative to advance this extraordinary cause: #TheAskCharlieShow.
Hosted by the legendary Charlie Harary, this online show features thorny business questions submitted by real businesspeople. You’ll hear Charlie draw on his wellspring of entrepreneurial knowledge to find the right answers and tackle everyday workplace challenges… to help you lead and succeed.
Sign up now to get notified when the next episode is released and watch the inaugural episode.
Did you hear? Apple is releasing the new iPhone 6S soon.
Hey. Did you read about Kim Jong Un’s latest rant against America?
Wow. They’re saying LTB 2015 is happening on July 8th.
Okay, you’ve got my attention.
Predictable headlines and banal captions are ideal for topics involving technology geeks camping outside Apple stores in flimsy tents and despotic dictators bent on fashioning nuclear bombs out of paper clips. But when it comes to describing a game-changing movement that has impacted so many lives and helped countless entrepreneurs from our community flourish? Now that’s worth an exclamation point or two.
Amidst frenzied emails, rapid WhatsApp posts and lively text messages, the news has been spreading throughout the Jewish business community: “Did you hear? LTB is happening again!”
Hailed as North America’s very first Jewish business summit, the LTB platform made waves across the Jewish world and beyond, starting with its very first event back in 2013; the impact is still reverberating.
This game-changing movement has positively impacted so many lives and helped countless entrepreneurs from our community flourish – by creating an unrivaled platform which fuses knowledge, tools and resources into a singularly vibrant experience.
I spent this past week in Arizona – and it wasn’t for vacation or relaxation purposes. Rather, it was to take part in a special mastermind group.
People flew in from across the USA to attend. The group seemed to be made of entrepreneurs of all ages… and in similar growth stages of business. We sat together in a big room and got right to work. Everybody spent hours learning, analyzing, discussing and strategizing how to go about advancing their business goals and career objectives.
Perhaps you think that leaving the office for nearly an entire week might be a little bit too intense. “Was the whole trip really necessary?” you may be asking yourself. To say it was productive would be an understatement. Truthfully, it baffles me as to why every single businessperson in today’s marketplace doesn’t spend just one week out of a whole a year attending a mastermind group to focus on planning ahead.
Of course, when I talk about planning ahead, I don’t only mean technical things like crunching numbers or crafting contingency plans.
I’m talking about thinking big.
There’s a bewildering question that is often asked by business owners, employees, entrepreneurs – people of all backgrounds and industries. The inquiry is:
“What’s the one thing I can do to see a positive change my career?”
I know that’s a loaded question. But it’s one that our good friend, Charlie Harary, answered beautifully at LTB 2014.
After viewing the above video of Charlie, be sure to check out the entire LTB Video Library.
You’ll get access to powerful, content-driven, ready-to-use topics from North America’s top corporate experts. So many businesspeople have already benefited from the LTB Video Library. Will you be counting yourself among them?
Today the Ptex Group can finally exhale.
After months of planning, pushing and perfecting, #LTB2014 materialized from vision to reality, goal to “mission accomplished.”
Some of you drove from nearby to the picturesque Rockleigh in New Jersey…other’s flew in from afar.
But the important thing is that you showed up. You put business as usual on hold for the day because you’re driven to succeed. To push. To grow. To expand your network. And to make 2014 a bigger, better and bolder business year.