Do you know how to answer how it is possible to achieve high performance in personal and professional life? This is precisely the point to be debated in A Hora H, by Joel Jota, former swimmer, entrepreneur, writer and digital influencer. The event takes place this weekend, August 6th and 7th, at Bluemed Santos Convention Center, Litoral Paulista. Among the guests who take the stage to share inspiring stories with the public, is Natalia Martins, founder of the NB Group – composed of Clinic, Affiliates, University, Products, Own Units and Institute, which has more than 100 direct and 200 indirect collaborators. , and has already performed thousands of services at the clinic. In addition, she has trained hundreds of professionals from NB University, both in face-to-face and online courses.
“The world is constantly changing and the methods of entrepreneurship today are no longer the same as before. You have to reinvent yourself all the time. I am happy to be able to contribute to another event with my knowledge. These will be enriching days”, assesses Natalia.
The purpose of the two-day meeting, which starts at 9 am and ends at 8 pm, is to talk about how to discover and enhance the participants’ personal and professional strengths, how to increase productivity in all areas of life, what are the pillars of managing emotions focused on performance and, also, debate on the topics of health and biohacking – a technique that uses both technology and the biology of the organism itself with the objective of increasing personal performance.
“I believe that we are the size of the impact we have on people. That’s why I want to share my trajectory and bring the moments that really changed the game ‘at the time of the day’”, says Natalia.
The event also features the participation of businessman Flávio Augusto da Silva, founder of the company Wise Up and former owner of Orlando City Soccer Club, Caio Carneiro, Founder of BuQme, Digital Platform and best-selling author and one of the most read authors in the world. Brazil for three consecutive years, with about 1 million books sold, Carla Sarni, businesswoman awarded as one of the greatest female leaders and founder of the Sorridents franchise, Alfredo Soares, entrepreneur, speaker and author of the best sellers Bora Vender and Bora Varejo, Carlos Busch, columnist for MIT Technology Review Brazil, sponsor of the Fuja da Média channel and vice president of Salesforce Latin America.