23 Apr April 23, 2018 – AHAthat Mitchell Levy, High Return Real Estate Jeff Schechter and Political Correctness Dr David Cook
Mitchell Levy is the AHA Guy and CEO at AHAthat. He empowers thought leaders to share their genius. Mitchell is an accomplished Entrepreneur who has created twenty businesses in Silicon Valley including four publishing companies that have published over 800 books. Mitchell is a TEDx speaker and internationally bestselling author of fifty-nine business books. He’s provided strategic consulting to over one hundred companies, has advised over five hundred CEOs on critical business issues and has been chairman of the board of the NASDAQ-listed company. As a Thought Leader Architect, Mitchell help organizations turn their expertise into recognized thought leaders and often consult the chief thought leader on strategy, and techniques for execution.
Jeff Schechter – Co-Founder of High Return Real Estate
Jeff Schechter and Jack Gibson co-founded a company called High Return Real Estate, specializing in turn-key investments. They are the hosts of The High Returns Real Estate Show and personally have over 80+ turnkey properties that are producing outstanding monthly cash flow returns. In addition to real estate investing, both Jack and Jeff have thriving multi-million dollar businesses. Jack operates a nutrition consulting and distribution company and Jeff a private consulting practice helping people realize their full potential in all aspects of life. Between them, they have incredible experience and entrepreneurial stories.
Dr. David Cook is one of the Nation’s leading authorities on vision therapy. After graduating, he attended the Vision Therapy Residency Program at the State University of New York’s College of Optometry, where he became a clinical instructor. Dr. Cook is a sought-after speaker. He has lectured on the non-surgical treatment of crossed eyes to such national groups as the American Optometric Association. He is currently pioneering the use of 3D Movies in the treatment of strabismus. In addition, he has addressed the International Reading Association, local educators, and the Georgia school of an occupational therapist. He has appeared on such local television programs as Good Day Atlanta and Noonday.