The Unexpected Power of Shared Meals
Saturday, March 14
11:00AM - 12:00PM
604 Brazos St
Discover why sharing a meal at home with strangers has the potential to change your life. And if doesn't change your life, at least it will make you meet new people, you will open your mind to new thoughts, cultures, people, and you'll learn a lot for sure.
From entrepreneurs to artists, from travelers to farmers, anyone can decide to be a host or a guest for a home cooked meal, or let's call it a new kind of dinner party.
This conversation will be both practical with several how to and experience learnings as well as strategic with some thoughts on the global impact we could have by sharing more meals with strangers.
Andrew Hyde has a passion for community, writing, travel and startups. He has founded three startups (two failed, one sold, one about travel guides is still kicking with his new focus is with Up G...Show the rest
Andrew Hyde has a passion for community, writing, travel and startups. He has founded three startups (two failed, one sold, one about travel guides is still kicking with his new focus is with Up Global). With roots in freelancing and design, he can hold a conversation about best interface practices as well as how to build cabins with hand tools. He is also a marathoner, Ironman competitor, blogger and event organizer. He started Ignite Boulder, TEDxBoulder, Startup Weekend, a food/tech/music conference boco. Most recently he wrote a book named This Book is About Travel which reached the #1 sales slot for iBooks and Amazon’s travel sections.Hide the rest