TV’s Steve Harvey Bringing Success Conference to Reston

Steve Harvey/Credit: Act Like a SuccessEmmy-winning TV host and radio personality Steve Harvey is launching a new “Act Like a Success Conference,” March 6-8 at the Hyatt Regency Reston.

The three-day event is based on Harvey’s latest book Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success: Discovering Your Gift and the Way to Life’s Riches. It will offer attendees the opportunity to “obtain the tools, strategies, motivation and insights to accelerate success and make big dreams a reality,” according to a press release.

There will also be sessions from other nationally known speakers and business leaders such as Lisa Nichols, Dr. Laura BermanDoreen RaineyPatrice WashingtonHeather Thomson and Paul C. Brunson.

“I firmly believe that each and every one of us is born with a gift — a gift that allows one to live a life of joy, peace and prosperity. The challenge that we all face is to identify that gift, learn how to cultivate that gift, and then use that gift to create personal success,” Harvey said in a release.

“The ‘Act Like a Success Conference’ was created to help people do that. I’m on a mission of empowering, educating, inspiring and motivating everyone to create success in every area of their lives.”

There will also be breakout sessions on personal success, relationships, finances, and entrepreneurship.

For ticket information and registration, visit the Act Like A Success Website.

Photo: Steve Harvey/Credit: Act Like a Success

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