I’ve just returned from London where I was fortunate enough to be invited to Andrew Reynolds’ Entrepreneurs Bootcamp.
This two-day event was held in the magnificent O2 Arena in front of 6,000 people. The atmosphere was incredibly uplifting with so many people gathered in one place to learn how they can turn their life around. Up on stage were top speakers from around the world, including some of Australia’s finest presenters, educators and motivators, Brett McFall, Tom Hua and Pat Mesiti.
Another Australian, Internet Marketer and The Webinar Guy, Steven Essa, was there to share the experience too:
(If the video stops and starts or is jumpy, just press ‘pause’ and give it half a minute to download, then press ‘play’ again)
Andrew Reynolds asked for a small donation in exchange for so much valuable information, then presented this donation of £700,000+ to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. I’m sure this generous gift will make a huge difference to the lives of many critically ill children – congratulations Andrew and everyone who participated in the event, and especially all attendees who donated to this worthy cause.
There’s no doubt about it, seminars and conferences are a great way of learning and furthering your own education, whether the topics are related to your business or job, personal development or perhaps another area of interest for you.
As regular readers know, I attend a lot of seminars – either as an attendee or as part of the organisational team. There’s one phrase I hear so often … ‘information overload’.
It seems that many attendees, particularly those who are fairly new to the topics and ideas being presented, find it difficult to manage the incredible amount of information they’re given.
Now really, this is a good thing, right? It’s great that so much useful information is being shared. But if you take copious pages of notes and then find yourself so overwhelmed that you don’t act on anything you’ve learnt, then sadly, you may be missing some excellent opportunities to move forward.
If you’re one of these people, here are my suggestions for getting the most out of attending seminars:
One of my favourite seminars is undoubtedly the World Internet Summit. The next one of these events will be held in Atlanta, US, on August 20-23, 2009. If you’re going to this, make sure you try out the tips above to ensure you get the most out of the event.
The X-10 Effect: How To Boost Your Income x10 With One Simple Secret
Regular readers of this blog or my newsletter will no doubt remember me mentioning the X-10 Effect seminar which was held in Sydney, Australia, recently. This seminar was so successful and widely requested by people around the country … so it’s now going national (Australia).
I have a lot of respect and admiration for Steven and know that the stuff he’s teaching can make a huge difference to business owners. This workshop shows how the simple use of webinars can multiply your income by 10. Steven shares plenty of content and tips for making sure you get the best results for your guests as well as your business.
Visit X-10 Effect for full details and to register.
Tickets are only $47 for two people (well, $47 each but you get to bring a friend for nothing) and ALL TICKET PROCEEDS are going to the Heart Foundation in support of the 50K in 50 Days Challenge.
I’ll be at the Gold Coast event, so if you go to that one make sure you say hello to me.