Annnd we're at the home stretch. We had a great event at Harvard two days ago -- one of the best we've had with really top to bottom great talks, and super actionable Q&A -- and that means we're three dates from wrapping.
NYU: Sunday, 25 October at 2PM
NYU Silver Building (Room 405)
31 Washington Place New York, NY 10012
Link to free ticket reservation for NYC
MIT: Tuesday, 27 October at 11:45AM
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
E51-395, Tang Center (70 Memorial Drive), Room 395
Cambridge, MA 02138
Link to free ticket reservation for Cambridge
CESA: Thursday, 29 October at 7:30AM
CESA - Salon Alvaro Valencia Tovar
Cra. 6 N.° 34-51
Link to free ticket reservation for Bogota
Hope to see you at one of the last few dates -- do feel free to tell your friends in New York, Boston/Cambridge, and Bogota as well. Excited for wrapping up strong on the East Coast, and then for our first South American date!
Last year on the GiveGetWin Tour, we covered over 6,500 miles by road.
Let me tell you this: America and Canada are beautiful countries and beautiful to drive through... but driving that much takes a serious mental toll on you.
Last year, our best two events were at NYU Stern (our ninth event) and UChicago (our fourteenth event). Our event at CU Boulder a few days ago, I think, was our third best of all-time -- and it was our second of the year.
I give credit to three factors --
1. Amazing hosts, audience, venue, and speakers. Of course.
The last few legs of my JetBlue All-You-Can-Jet month should be enjoyable but uneventful (at least as far as blog-worthy stories go), so it's about time to share my thoughts on it, and a few stories from the month.
Soccer in Bogota
The highlight of the trip was, of course, Bogota, Colombia. I've been wanting to go to Colombia for a while, and it certainly didn't disappoint. I stayed with blog-reader/awesome-dude Matt Aaron, who was also kind enough to show me around Bogota.