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George Ngatai spends day with John Travolta and JT Foxx

Local kiwi George Ngatai spends day with John Travolta and JT Foxx

Local kiwi George Ngatai will spend a whole day with actor John Travolta and Mega Speaker JT FOXX in Los Angeles on Thursday this week New Zealand time.

I am honoured to be given the opportunity by JT Foxx American multi millionaire to attend this event this week Los Angeles.

JT Foxx is a serial entrepreneur, real estate investor, philanthropist and the World’s #1 Wealth Coach. With business interests and clients in over 40 countries and six continents, JT Foxx is widely considered to be one of the top platform speakers in the world. He has appeared on major news media networks like CNBC and BBC, has had features in Forbes and other various print magazines, and has appeared on multiple radio shows all over the world.

His driving force and motto is "Powered by your success." JT has helped countless successful entrepreneurs and real estate investors take their lives and businesses to the next level largely through his trainings around the world. At his events, JT brings together some of the world's most influential business power players, celebrities, investors and start-ups. Icons such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Al Pacino, Sylvester Stallone, Jack Welch, Michael Eisner, Randi Zuckerberg, Rudy Giuliani, Kathy Ireland, Michael Irvin, Gene Simmons, Vanilla Ice and Bret Michaels have been at his acclaimed events sharing their stories and experiences through memorable interviews and skits. Most importantly, JT’s newest passion is his work with various children’s hospitals in South Africa and Singapore and his charitable project the JT Foxx Foundation which works with several children's charities. Through him and his foundation, he has achieved over $900K in contributions for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

I’m pleased to represent New Zealand attending the event this week.

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