Adventures in Entrepreneurship: Nick Bolton’s Story

15th November 2018

Nick Bolton, is an Entrepreneur, Master Coach and Founder of Animas Center for Coaching. In this TWO part dinner Symposium, Nick invited a small handful of Animas students to the Modern Pantry in London to share ‘his’ 15 principles in entrepreneurship.

Part ONE: Nick started the evening by giving some context about his fascinating journey by sharing with great honesty and openness. You will get to hear about his – failures, victories, hinge moments, failed marriages, the experience of living on a boat, losing the boat, how he created Animas and the many transitions and mental shifts he had to make along the way… Part TWO: Look out for Nick’s 15 PRINCIPLES coming next week!

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