Brett McFall is an Australian marketing expert who has a particular skill for using a simple 10 minute process to help turn businesses around.
In this video you’ll see Brett demonstrate this process – one he performs all around the world, getting the end result he’s looking for every single time … without fail.
It truly is amazing to watch as the process evolves.
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.
At the World Internet Summit, Australia, last March Sean Roach introduced us to this clip.
Thankfully I’ve been working from my home office for the last 11 years+ so I can’t really relate to it, but it brings back memories of an earlier job and makes me grateful for the job I have. I’ve watched this clip a few times now and it still makes me laugh every time.
I’m looking forward to catching up with Sean again at the next World Internet Summit set for July 23rd-26th in Auckland, New Zealand. I’d love to see you there!