OAHU, Hawaii, Nov. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers, is hosting the sixth year of the Worthshop Series on December 9-10 at the beautiful Four Seasons Ko Olina on Oahu. Each December, executives and agents in the real estate world and beyond convene in Hawaii to share wisdom, relax, reflect, and prepare for the coming year. Worthshop has become an annual tradition for real estate's most influential leaders and this year's theme, "relate" honors that tradition of connection. "We are excited to delve into the true nature of relationship during Worthshop 6," said Matt Beall, co-founder of Hawaii Life. "The culture in Hawaii intensely values relationships and we will be exploring the distinctions between relationship-driven cultures and other value systems. This year's theme is in many ways a progression of what we've learned through our first five years of hosting the conference and promises to deliver even more wisdom and peak experiences." Noted real estate thinker, leader, and philosopher Matthew Ferrara will serve at the Master of Ceremonies at Worthshop 6 and will open and close the main event. "I've attended conferences all around the world and Worthshop is truly unique," added Ferrara. "The combination of the setting and the level of thought that goes into planning each detail results in a space where lifeshifting insights and learning occur." Michela O'Connor Abrams, President of Dwell Media, will present research on the New Face of Affluence gathered by the Dwell Strategy + Research platform. The work focuses on reciprocal branding and the true nature of influence in our modern world. Additional noted speakers include John Picard, design visionary and pioneer of the green movement, Jordan Harbinger superstar host of the wildly popular Podcast "The Art of Charm" as well as cultural leader and subject of the documentary "Kumu Hina" Hinaleimoana Wong. The conference also includes breakout sessions with luxury brokers and agents, C-suite executives, and top designers from various industries. The conference will add a touch of "Shark Tank" style competitiveness with "Try Tell" sessions where the industry's finest tech and service providers will present to the audience and a panel of judges who are prepared to ask the tough questions.