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‘Earn Your Leisure’ Partners With Steve Harvey to Help You Build Wealth With Invest Fest 2022

The hit podcast Earn Your Leisure (EYL), with hosts Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings, Matthew Garland, and Michael MacDonald partnered with Steve Harvey for Invest Fest 2022. This first-of-its-kind event puts networking in a festival-style atmosphere with featured guests from music, business, media and more.

Invest Fest 2022 runs August 5 thru 7 at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Gerogia, with over 30 special guests coving topics from cryptocurrency to estate planning. It was recently announced that Tyler Perry will be in attendance and other speakers include EYL hosts Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings, Rick Ross, Dame Dash, T.I., Charlamagne Tha God, Terrence J, Kenny Burns, and more.

Designed around their popular Earn Your Leisure podcast, where education and entertainment are combined, Invest Fest 2022 attendees will enjoy live podcasts with top entrepreneurs, musical performances, a small business vendor marketplace along with business and investment panel discussions. “People have got to start investing in themselves,” Steve Harvey said via a press release.

“Steve’s illustrious career gives him an incredible reach around the world, which makes him a perfect partner as we’re on a mission to spread our message globally,” said EYL co-founder Troy Millings.

Festival attendees can expect interactive events, behind the scenes financial views into business, investing and entertainment industries while getting a real look at the journey entrepreneurs take to be successful. “Invest Fest is the premier destination for investors and entrepreneurs to learn, network, and grow.”

“When you go to Invest Fest, you invest in yourself. Why would you not do that? Be open to learn everything that will be poured into you. Stay open-minded. The majority of things that have happened to me have happened in ways I didn’t see coming, but I was open to it,” said Harvey.

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