Renew in 2021 with the MonetaU Speaker Series
To elevate your client experience at Moneta, we launched the MonetaU Speaker Series in 2020 to help us all stay connected and learning together while social distancing during the pandemic.
As we re-emerge from what was such an unusual, stressful year for so many, we are renewing the MonetaU Speaker Series with three more topical webinars given by high profile guests in 2021. We hope these events help revitalize your outlook and re-engage with some sense of normalcy. We all need this for ourselves and for each other.
So, save the date for the following evenings of wisdom, encouragement and inspiration:
MAY 27: celeste headlee
How to have conversations that matter
Celeste is an award-winning journalist, professional speaker and best-selling author. Her work and insights have been featured on TODAY, NPR, Time, Essence, Elle, BuzzFeed, Salon, Parade and many more. She has presented to more than 100 companies, conferences and universities including Apple, Google, United Airlines, Duke University, Chobani and ESPN, and received the 2019 Media Changemaker Award.
August 26: Morgan Housel
THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MONEY
An award-winning columnist for both The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal, Morgan has presented at more than 100 conferences in a dozen countries. He speaks about behavioral finance and history, using storytelling to explore how investors deal with risk and how we can think about risk in a more productive way.
NOVEMBER 11: John O’Leary
being out of bed doesn’t mean you’re awake
Once expected to die, John now teaches others how to live. Decades after a fire exploded on him at age 9, John now holds one of the greatest gifts of all: perspective. As an accomplished speaker, author and podcaster, John shares his perspective to awaken you to your life’s potential and energize you to live more thoughtfully, more boldly and more inspired.
The opinions of those presented by the Moneta University Speaker Series guests do not necessarily represent those of Moneta.
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