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December 11, 2012

Heart, Smarts, Guts, and Luck

by marcobuchbinder
Photo courtesy: HSGL.com

Photo courtesy: HSGL.com

Larry Gennari, of Gennari and Aronson, is holding another thought-provoking event for entrepreneurs and startups this week. Join author Tony Tjan as he speaks about his book “Heart, Smarts, Guts, and Luck,” the New York Times Best-Seller and #1 Non-Fiction with Publisher’s Weekly.

Anthony K. Tjan (Tony) is Managing Partner of Cue Ball, a Boston-based venture capital firm. Most recently, Tony was Senior Partner at The Parthenon Group, a leading strategic advisory firm where he continues as Vice Chairman. Tony holds his AB and MBA degrees from Harvard University. He was also a Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Tony sits on several boards, is a contributor to Harvard Business Review, and is on the Editorial Advisory Board of MIT Tech Review.

Anthony Tjan - Photo courtesy: HSGL.com

Anthony Tjan – Photo courtesy: HSGL.com

Attendees will hear and gain essential entrepreneurial insights from Tony Tjan including:

  • Understanding the criticality of self-awareness and uncovering biases in decision-making
  • Surprising new stats: How many entrepreneurs start with a business plan? Are childhood experiences and ventures predictive of future success? What percent of founders are driven by luck?
  • Exposure to secrets, habits and principles of top business builders
  • “Greatest Hits” of essential business practices

The event will take place on Tuesday, December 11th, at The Wellesley College Club (727 Washington Street, Wellesley).

Agenda: 7:30-8am – Continental Breakfast/Networking & 8-9:15am – Presentation and Q&A. Admission is free, but space is limited. RSVP: ceden@galawpartners.com

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