Lexington Wealth Management event highlighted in the The New Yorker

“Pinnacle Focus: A Day with Alex Honnold”, keeps getting noticed by the national press as an event that brought two different worlds together for a day of personal development and growth. This past April, more than 500 people attended more than 25 different sessions hosted at Brooklyn Boulders Somerville that included themes from meditation and nutrition to basic and advanced climbing, as well as workshops on entrepreneurship and business management. As the The New Yorker stated in this week’s article, “Lexington Wealth Management promises to give as much attention to its clients’ social and psychological health as it does to their financial fitness”, and Pinnacle Focus was an example of that promise to Connect the Head and the Heart of Wealth Management.

You can read the entire New Yorker article following the link below, as well as 2 other articles written about the experiences of entrepreneurs throughout the day.

New Yorker Article – Do Good Climbers Make Good Capitalists

Inc.com: Inc.com: ‘Free Solo’ Phenom Shares 9 Ways to Make the Impossible Possible

Octane: When Extraordinary Happens: EO Boston Members Respond to a Day with Legendary Rock Climber, Alex Honnold

If you were not able to attend, we encourage you to watch Alex’s keynote available here:

Also, we encourage to check out the picture from the event here: Pinnacle Focus Album

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