The “Hustle Harder” culture is fundamentally broken. Continuously working long hours and chasing the next opportunity will eventually lead to burnout, not success. Beyond that, it’s challenging to attract the right prospects and business partners when you project scarcity and lack. After conducting numerous interviews for Entrepreneur magazine, I’ve distilled the mindset of successful -- and fulfilled -- entrepreneurs down to the 3 P’s. Purpose-Drive, Prepared and Patient. This transformational experience will leave attendees inspired and empowered to align their actions with their vision, and provide clear guidance on growing a business, without sacrificing their health, family and other personal interests.
About the speaker:
Terry Rice has been in the Digital Marketing field since 2007 – most notably, helping clients achieve their marketing goals while working at Adobe and Facebook. As the founder of Terry Rice Consulting, he continues to consult various agencies, marketing teams and startups.
Terry also dedicates time to providing strategic business coaching for freelancers, consultants and other self-employed individuals. Additionally, he serves as a startup mentor at organizations including Techstars and the New York University Entrepreneurial Institute.
During his career he’s worked with various companies including Walmart, Amazon, Bonobos, Spartan Race, and Best Buy. He has also been featured as a speaker at events including SXSW and Social Media Week.
Terry holds an MBA from the University at Buffalo with a dual concentration in Marketing and Business Consulting. His areas of focus include Social Media, Campaign Planning & Optimization and Strategic Business Coaching.
Please note that current students & faculty will be required to show NYU ID. Alumni and the general public may purchase tickets to specific Startup School events when available.
Startup School is a semester-long workshop series that provides the trainings and resources to successfully launch and grow a startup. Learn more about the series here.