West Palm Beach Law Firm to Host Mega Business Mogul Russell Simmons in an Event That Promotes the Power of Giving as a Primary Means of Success
Mega business mogul and hip hop pioneer Russell Simmons will take his inspiring words of business wisdom to a power breakfast in Palm Beach County. His visit will wrap up with a lecture on literacy and advice that will leave guests ready to reach out and lend a hand.
The second part of the event titled, All Real Men Read, is a lecture on literacy and will take place at 6pm at Tabernacle Missionary Baptist church at 801 8th Street in West Palm Beach. This amazing event is in partnership with the Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County and The West Palm Beach Library. Tickets for this event are $50 each. Both events will allow for photo opportunities.
Simmons, co-founder of the Def Jam Record label, mega entrepreneur, and Founder & CEO of Rush Communications will spend the day answering questions from local business leaders seeking advice on how to achieve professional and personal success Simmons Style. “I am so honored to have Mr. Simmons speak at these very important event,” says Richard Ryles, Partner at the Law Firm Rosenthal, Levy, Simon and Ryles, P.A. “From a professional standpoint, he has a rags to riches story that everyone who aspires to be successful in business should hear. From a personal standpoint, Mr. Simmons has strong core principals revolving around giving with gratitude, which closely mirror my own beliefs and the values of this firm.”
Simmons has authored a number of self help business books which include “Super Rich: A guide to Having It All.” The takeaway: Give your best ideas away and the universe will reward you. Simmons business savvy involves a great deal of spirituality and meditation. He hopes to touch on the power of his methods at the event. Recently USA Today named Russell Simmons among the top 25 Most Influential People of the Past 25-Years for his groundbreaking vision that has influenced music, fashion, finance, television and film as well as modern philanthropy. “Mr. Simmons is a business icon,” says Richard Ryles. “We hope his gift of advice to our local business community will manifest into even more success, and the essence of giving back to the community will become even greater.”
For more information on how to attend Business Karma: doing Well by Doing Good, or All Real Men Read, please call (561)296-3978.