Speaker: Matthew J. Weiss
Title: Being A Legacy Leader
How do you want to be remembered? The number one regret of the dying is not pursuing one's dreams or passions. Matthew Weiss tackles this important topic in his presentation "Being A Legacy Leader" and provide valuable take-home lessons that attendees can use to pursue their own legacy projects.
Matthew does more than talk. He will be remembered, in part, for making the film "Man In Red Bandana", narrated by Gwyneth Paltrow. Without any training or experience (but plenty of passion), Matthew made this special film that has already garnered multiple standing ovations.
Matthew's film has not yet been publicly released but you can arrange for a private screening and presentation by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Attendees will hear Matthew's best practices to complete this massive project and allow them to evaluate their own legacy projects. He will also cover some of the subtleties of making a film and provide a business leader's perspective on the business of filmmaking.
Below is a brief outline of the presentation.
- What it means to be a legacy leader?
- What business best practices has Matthew employed to have the time, knowledge and connections to make this film (he supervises his NY business from Florida)?
- What are the steps for evaluating and executing a legacy project?
- And, of course, a private screening of "Man In Red Bandana" (72 minutes running time)
Bio: Matthew Weiss is a serial entrepreneur who recently moved from New York to Boca Raton, Florida. His main business is running (albeit remotely) a Manhattan-based law firm that annually fights 1,000s of traffic tickets throughout New York State. Five years ago, he started making his first film about an extraordinary hero and now you can get exclusive access to it and the story behind it.