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The secret to success lies behind a lock. Is Biohacking a key? Entrepreneurship requires independence, self reliability, mental fortitude, self-care, physical and mental strength, and resilience to succeed and stand strong in the face of adversity and to overcome the struggles that come with the title of entrepreneur. Through the techniques of biohacking, it promotes success and encourages entrepreneurs everywhere to take a chance at finding freedom in life and achieving what was previously unattainable without the cost of their health.
Biohacking is not just the hacking of your bodies but is the conscious change of your mind and lifestyle. For generations, we humans have dreamed of the possibility of being the best in every way imaginable. As the most intelligent species that exists on the planet, there is no one left to compete with… except for ourselves. It is human nature to strive to be perfect, and it is also human nature to find more efficient ways to live life through avenues that circumvent the struggles of life. We strive to make our lives easier, to do work with the least amount of energy possible while performing to our fullest potentials and experiencing what the world has to offer. In this era, it is a time of self-realization and thought that will enable us to discover the best versions of ourselves.
The Meetup started with the Panel Discussion on the topic "Innovations in HealthTech and BioTech Industries. Opportunities for Investment". Experienced and renowned Venture Capital Investors and Entrepreneurs described the topic from their perspectives. Moderator by Scott Amyx, Venture Partner at Loyal VC, Amyx Ventures. Speakers were: Bill Liao, SOSV; Nick Adams, Differential Ventures; Bob Troia, OPTML; Jo Bhakdi, Quantgene; David Cao, F50, F50 Ventures & F50 Elevate.
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