How to Be a Real Person in New York City

In the summer of 2017, an entrepreneur named Tyler Trzaskowski was walking down a street in Manhattan’s Upper West Side when a young woman came up to him and asked for his business card.

“I don’t know her name, but she was asking for me to get in touch with her,” Trzasksowski recalls.

He got the card, and it was just as good as it sounds.

It showed his name and a photo of himself with the smiling young woman, who he had met in 2014 at a party.

“She said, ‘You have a good story, but I’d like to meet you,'” Trzanksi recalls.

“That was the beginning of my story.”