James Altucher Lecture and Idea Orgy Workshop - Wednesday, October 25th

James Altucher is a successful entrepreneur, podcaster , chess master and prolific writer.

James Altucher Lecture
Wednesday, October 25
11:00am-Noon
W.T. Young UKAA Auditorium Note: Location has been updated to Singletary Center Recital Hall

James Altucher Workshop on the Power of Intersection Ideas
Wednesday, October 25
3:00pm-4:30pm
Will be either in W.T. Young or nearby (Registrants will be notified once the venue is determined.)

 

I want to come. This kind of thing doesn't happen every day!
James Altucher has started more than 20 companies and is currently invested in over 30.

He is the author of 18 books, including WSJ best-sellers: The Power of No and Choose Yourself. His latest book, Reinvent Yourself was #1 in the Amazon store shortly after its release.

His writing has appeared in major media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Techcrunch, The Financial Times, Yahoo Finance and others. His blog, JamesAltucher.com, has attracted more than 20 million readers since its launch in 2010.

"The James Altucher Show" podcast, with over 30 million downloads, hosts guests such as Tony Robbins, Mark Cuban, Pieter Thiel, Arianna Huffington, and Sara Blakely.

Stephen Dubner, New York Times Bestselling co-author of Freakonomics describes him saying, “James’ brain seems configured to generate the kind of insights that seem obvious in retrospect, but which none of the other geniuses manage to notice.”

The outstanding thing about James’ visit to the University of Kentucky this fall is its seeming impossibility. His response to the email asking his fee to speak at UK came about 10 minutes after the inquiry. It said, “I don’t really charge a fee. I just like going if the idea intrigues me, which this one does.”

I have enjoyed getting to know James these past few months and I hope you will too. He's a force of nature.

While here he will deliver a lecture the morning of Wednesday, October 25th and conduct a workshop on the power of intersecting ideas in the afternoon.

Questions? Contact Erin Shoot at erin.shoot@uky.edu.

Sounds fun. Count me in!