US, New York, 902 Broadway, 10010
Beers for Fears is an event series that provides audience members an opportunity to acknowledge their own experiences while diving into how people can learn from past risks and failures to create positive change.
As freelancers and entrepreneurs, taking risks and experiencing failure is an everyday part of life; but nobody talks about it. In an environment so focused on winning and instant success, these complex topics get swept under the rug and hidden from view. But often the ones who are taking the biggest leaps and putting it all on the line are the ones who find the most resilience in failure - and we’d all be naive not to acknowledge failure’s place in our pasts, as well as its inevitable place in our future.
Join us on August 29th at 6:30pm at General Assembly for a frank discussion about the ups and downs of entrepreneurialism; the things we've learned the hard way and how their misses have shaped their careers. The audience will drive this discussion, so come ready to share a challenge you're facing, or simply support your peers around you.
Beer and small bites will be provided. Event is BYOF (Bring Your Own Fears).
Together we'll celebrate the things that try to keep us down.