Think BIGGER: and 39 Other Winning Strategies from Successful Entrepreneurs.
The Founder and Chairman of TIGER 21
7:00 am - 9:00 am
Highly successful entrepreneurs think bigger—and as a result, they are able to achieve bigger things. As the Founder of TIGER 21, an exclusive peer-to-peer lending group which Forbes has called the “wealthiest, most powerful social networking group in the world,” Michael W. Sonnenfeldt has spent more than 20 years learning from North America’s most successful and creative entrepreneurs.
He’s tapped into their collective experience, as well as his own, to write a new book, Think Bigger And 39 Other Winning Strategies from Successful Entrepreneurs. Sonnenfeldt will share a few of these strategies at our next meeting, including:
- Be remarkably self-aware and play to your strengths.
- Learn from your mentors—and everyone else.
- Don’t be a risk taker—Be a calculated risk taker.
- Do business the right way.
- Try to make the world a better place.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur interested in growing your business, a high-net-worth individual looking to better manage your wealth, or a businessperson seeking to increase your success, you won’t want to miss this informative and inspiring meeting.
Michael W. Sonnenfeldt is the founder and chairman of TIGER 21, the premier peer-to-peer learning network for high-net-worth first generation wealth creators in North America and London. He is an accomplished serial entrepreneur and philanthropist.
Through his private investment company, MUUS & Company, Mr. Sonnenfeldt has holdings in solar, battery, and other technologies related to alternative energy infrastructure applications.
From 1991 to 1998, Mr. Sonnenfeldt founded and led Emmes & Company, a real estate investment boutique that was a major buyer of distressed portfolios in the early 1990s and grew to over a billion dollars in assets by the time he sold his interest in 1998. In 1980, Mr. Sonnenfeldt conceived and initiated the world’s then-largest commercial renovation, transforming the 2.4-million-square-foot Harborside Financial Center in Jersey City, New Jersey. It sold for over $120 million. At the time, Mr. Sonnenfeldt was 26.
Mr. Sonnenfeldt received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa. He also received an Honorary Doctorate from Ben Gurion University of the Negev, a leading pioneer in solar energy.
For the past 25 years, Mr. Sonnenfeldt has been actively involved at a senior level in numerous nonprofit organizations focused on the environment, national security, Middle East peace, international peacekeeping, the US/UN relationship, the removal of land mines and communal development. He is currently serving as Chairman of the Goldman Sonnenfeldt Foundation, which has long supported activities in the National Security and Environmental arenas.