What Does Greatness Mean for You? This Summit Aims to Help You Find Out

Greatness can mean many things to many people. For some, it’s writing a bestselling book. For others, it’s making a difference in their communities. And, for others still, it’s channeling their experiences to help inspire others.

Achieving greatness in any form requires a few basic ingredients: mentorship, inspiration, motivation, and likeminded people. An exciting new event called The Summit of Greatness  aims to help attendees reach their ultimate human potential by arming them with all of these crucial ingredients.

You might know the event’s founder, Lewis Howes, by his popular podcast called The School of Greatness or by his book of the same name. The Summit of Greatness is your opportunity to spend three days expanding your mind and connecting with others determined to reach their highest human potential. The Summit brings together passionate, inspired, and inspiring individuals on the rewarding human journey toward making an impact on the world.

The Summit of Greatness promises a place to brainstorm ideas, create amazing things with other motivated people, and embark on a journey that will help attendees make their dreams a reality. This year’s event takes place in Columbus, Ohio, from September 29 to October 1. Inspiring speakers like fashion expert Stacy London and self-made multimillionaire Ryan Blair will share their stories and their insights to help attendees lift themselves up to their own personal place of greatness.

This will be my first time at the Summit of Greatness, and I hope to see some of your faces there as we join together on the journey to make a difference in the world.

Will you join me in exploring this exciting new event? What conferences or events have inspired you to find your greatness? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.

Marco LeRoc
Marco LeRoc
Author of Screw College Debt & Cash In with Your Money and the founder Marco LeRoc & Co

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