Level Up in Life Like Never Before

by | Mar 12, 2024 | Announcements

If you’ve attended LevelUp before, you know how life-changing it is.

But we don’t rest on our laurels. We’re always iterating and improving.

At LevelUp 2024, we’re taking ideas for freedom and flourishing to the next level.

Not only will you meet and engage with rational, life-loving people from all over the world; you’ll also sharpen your mind with deep discussions about how to create purpose and meaning in your life, how to thrive in romance, and how to achieve happiness. And you’ll participate in vital discussions and debates about how best to understand and navigate the complexities of our ever-changing world.

Here’s a taste of what’s in store:

  • I will present a philosophic framework for creating a life you love.
  • Carl Barney will discuss how to develop a happiness plan—a strategy for turning your dream life into your actual life.
  • Angel and Thomas Walker-Werth will discuss how and why strong, fulfilling romantic relationships are built and sustained on the principle of trade—the embrace and exchange of value for value.
  • Kiyah Willis will discuss the nature and importance of independent thinking in contrast to the identity politics and tribalism of the day.
  • David Hardy will discuss how he and his family lived through an unfathomable tragedy, grew from the experience, and are now thriving again—and how you can thrive through such circumstances, too. 
  • Ely Lassman will discuss how and why studying the history of philosophy can sharpen your mind and help you flourish.
  • Hannah Frankman will discuss how to pursue your best life by breaking rules that make no sense or that fail to account for relevant context, and thus hold you back.
  • Max Lugavere will present a strategy and tactics for optimizing your health—specifically for the purpose of achieving greater happiness. 

Plus:

  • You’ll hear an Objectivist intellectual (Eric Daniels), a classical liberal (Wilfred Reilly), and a religious conservative (Christopher Rufo) discuss what is wrong with “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion” (DEI)—and which ideas should replace them.
  • You’ll hear a rabbi (David Wolpe), a Christian (Ayaan Hirsi Ali), and two Objectivists (Timothy Sandefur and me) debate whether a future of freedom and flourishing depends on a religious or secular foundation.
  • And you’ll hear two atheists—an Objectivist (me) and an emotivist (Alex O’Connor)—debate whether morality is objective or subjective.

On top of all that: You’ll meet and network with hundreds of active-minded, life-loving people from all over the world. We’re expecting more than 600 attendees—and aiming for 700—mostly between the ages of 18 and 30.

To miss this conference is to miss the opportunity of a lifetime.

Join us in Atlanta for the most life-enhancing conference of the year—and possibly of your life.

You’ll be glad you did. And your new friends will too.

Save 50% with early-bird pricing (ends Friday, March 15).

LevelUp. It’s time to thrive. 

See you in Atlantis!
PS: Registration is risk-free. LevelUp has a 100% money-back guarantee, so if for any reason you can’t come or don’t enjoy the conference, we will refund your registration fees in full.

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