In a world full of borders and travel bans - and while event cancellations are happening everywhere - co-producers Tricia Brouk and Jamie Broderick are doing something daring. They are bringing Speakers Who Dare to global audiences by live-streaming a 2 1/2 hour movie of inspirational talks and performances.
Ben Gioia will be delivering his signature talk 'The Buddha Smile' / How To Quit Suffering Now. A total of 22 speakers will be sharing their big ideas on stage fright, artificial intelligence, sex, and ending suffering....... human rights, working mothers, joy, and impostors...... choice, happiness, women & aging, and young leadership… being heard, co-creation, integrity, and "the talk'... and cooperation, immersion, and how to write Earth's next chapter.
According to Gioia, "After the shock of 9/11, people needed community, connection, and joy as the world began adjusting to a new reality. Today, we have the same opportunity. As a Speaker Who Dares, it's my honor to serve in such a profound way."
Speakers Who Dare is inviting people around the world to a shared experience of what unites and inspires us. While evolving in response in response to the current global reality. Originally scheduled to happen on stage at the Triad Theater in New York City, the world suddenly. Now, the event is addressing the global pandemic by inspiring, entertaining, and creating community for a global audience at a fraction of the original ticket price ($22 instead of $250-$750). More information at: speakerswhodare.com/attend
Ben Gioia ("joya") is a two-time best-selling author, speaker, and creator of the Influence With A Heart® Method. If you have a BIG IDEA, Ben will teach you how to write your #1 best selling book - in just 5 weeks - and position yourself for a media explosion in 99 days. Ben helped a Fortune 100 shift culture, trained leaders at Stanford, launched the world's biggest magazine, and created an empathy video game with MIT. Ben believes that people thrive when they are peaceful and fully expressed. His teachings are used by 30,000+ people around the world.