Elements of Success with Charlie Harary is a brand new show on TJC! Prolific speaker, radio host and investment advisor Charlie Harary shares strategies for success, in every facet of life.
Get a sneak peek at Elements of Success:
The pilot episode of Elements of Success explores the concept of “vision,” with insight from real estate wunderkind Scott Rechler of RXR Realty, renowned chef Moshe Wendel of the Pardes restaurant in Brooklyn, therapist and confidence expert Karol Ward (“Your Inner Voice: How Your Body Speaks Its Mind”), and preschoolers at the Educational Alliance in Lower Manhattan.
About Charlie Harary:
Mr. Charlie Harary, Esq. is a prolific speaker who has traveled all over the country and abroad speaking for organizations, schools, universities and institutions on a variety of topics and to audiences of various sizes and affiliations. He has created dozens of videos that have received worldwide attention reaching hundreds of thousands of people in over 15 countries.
Mr. Harary is Founder and Partner of H3 & Company, an advisory and investment company based in New York.
Mr. Harary is a Clinical Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at the Syms School of Business in Yeshiva University. He is also a Senior Lecturer for the Orthodox Union, Aish Hatorah and NCSY.
Prior to H3 & Company, Mr. Harary was the First Vice President of Residential Operations and Legal Counsel of RXR Realty, a multi-billion dollar Real Estate Company based in New York. Prior to RXR, Mr. Harary was an associate in Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and Davis Polk & Wardwell. He received his J.D. from Columbia Law School where he was awarded the James Kent Scholar and the Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.
In addition, he is an active community leader. He is the founder and president of Milvado Inc., an organization that develops innovative methods to teach spirituality in relevant and modern ways. He is a member of the Executive Board of the OU as well as the Founding Chairman of its Young Leadership Cabinet. He is also a member of the Conference of Young Jewish Presidents.