Our next YOUniversity experience will feature five-time bestselling author, Frank McKinney, presenting:
Dovetailing Your Professional and Spiritual Highest Calling
Frank McKinney is a real estate artist, bestselling author in four genres, philanthro-capitalist, ultra-marathoner, actor and visionary who sees opportunities and creates markets where none existed before.
Since selling his first $2.2 million oceanfront spec home, he has created and sold 41 oceanfront properties with an average selling price of $14+ million.
Combining his spiritual highest calling with his personal and professional activities is integral to Frank’s success, and he believes it is the key to your success as well.
Frank spends quite a bit of his time on philanthro-capitalistic causes, specifically, his Caring House Project Foundation, a non-profit (501c3) organization that provides housing and a self-sustaining existence for homeless families in The Caribbean, South America, Africa, Indonesia, and here in the United States of America.
The Caring House Project Foundation’s current international involvements have been focused in the country of Haiti, the poorest country in world. By the end of 2016, CHPF will have built 23 self-sufficient villages, sheltering 10,400+ people in Haiti alone. Thousands more are alive because of their efforts.
After taking in Frank’s inspirational and informative message, you will be able to connect with many of DC’s most remarkable business leaders!
MORE ABOUT FRANK MCKINNEY
Always one to challenge conventional thinking, McKinney, with his signature rock star long hair, attended four high schools in four years, after being asked to leave the first three, and earned his high school diploma with a less-than-stellar 1.8 GPA. Then, with $50 in his pocket and without the benefit of further education, he left his native Indiana for Florida in search of his life’s calling. It all started many years ago with a $50,000 fixer-upper home.
The Frank McKinney brand continues to captivate the media and the public. His vision and risk-taking have been covered extensively, including Oprah, ABC’s 20/20, USA Today, CBS’ The Early Show, CNN, Discovery Channel, Travel Channel, HGTV, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Fortune, and in over 2,000 additional TV and print stories.
This event is sponsored by CADRE. Tickets are NOT available through the Angelika Film Center web site or box office. Tickets and information are available from: www.cadredc.com/YOUniversity/