Motivational Speaker and Business Guru, Charlie Harary, Launches Free Audio Course about the Habits of Success

New York, NY (December, 2013) Business strategist and motivational speaker, Charlie Harary has just launched ‘Change’ a 10-part audio course on the fundamentals of creating powerful change in our lives. As a sought after speaker featured each year by almost 100 different organizations, businesses, conventions, and academic institutions, Harary has integrated his expertise in personal success and social impact to create a life changing audio course. As a result of Harary’s extensive academic research and motivational tactics, Change is created to explore the key concepts that result in the habits of success.

With Charlie’s rare blend of passion, professional expertise, academic rigor, and spiritual wisdom, he has a proven track record of inspiring people from every background. Charlie’s free 10-part audio course ‘Change’ combines all of the principles he believes in and more. For additional information, the 10–part audio course can be downloaded for free on www.CharlieHarary.com/audio.

“To me the principals of success are more than just a simple theory, ” says Charlie Harary, “Inspiring people has always been my passion, and by creating ‘Change’ I hope to give everybody a set of tools to impact the world in a positive way.”  

About Charlie Harary 

Charlie Harary is recognized as a leading social entrepreneur and shares strategies for personal achievement and organizational excellence as a Clinical Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at the Syms School of Business in Yeshiva University. He co-founded H3 & Company, a multimillion dollar venture capital and advisory firm. Previously, he was the First Vice President and legal counsel at RXR Realty, a billion dollar real estate firm in New York. Prior to that, Charlie worked as an associate at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and Davis Polk & Wardwell. Charlie received his law degree from Columbia University where he was awarded the James Kent Scholar and the Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.


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