Welcome to NAMS Everyone!
I wrote a blog post tonite about the value of this workshop - specifically driven by the value this forum has added to the workshop. Did you ever imagine you would not only meet people before the workshop, but set-up dinners, make business partners and learn about the other attendees? Where have you experienced this before?
Ask yourself this, has this forum enhanced your excitement toward the event? Is the information, the friendliness and the feeling that you're not alone made this a better event for you even though it hasn't started?
Can you translate that to your business? Think about the pre-selling that goes on by just seeing the value you're going to get out of this. I'd love to hear from you if you had buyer's remorse anytime after paying to come - and if that remorse went away once you got involved with this forum.
Can you imagine if all your customers felt excited to read your e-book, felt excited to get your next weekly e-mail, felt excited to see what else you were going to bring to the table. Can you imagine if everyone on your list was in a forum talking about the exciting events you put on?
There are lessons packed into this forum that you should analyze, consider, and use in your own business. Think about a membership site, a forum, a bulletin board. How can these things help your business? If you do see the power of this forum, bring your questions about how to make it work for you to NAMS. AND ASK THEM!
David Perdew is teaching lessons - and class hasn't started yet.
(By the way, this is my 100th post in this forum. There is NO WAY I would have guessed I'd put 100 posts worth of time into this. Just meeting all of you here online has created that energy. Let's keep it going!)
See you tomorrow.
Totally awesome, Dan! I couldn't agree with you more! And the really crazy thing is, even though I am not able to attend this time, I still feel so in the loop, and more importantly - I still feel like a PART OF THE FAMILY!
Yesterday on a webinar Jason Falls said that I was more than a 'fan' - I was a Connector and a Brand Maven - he's created that energy in the people that follow him. I believe it is definitely the same stirred up energy here with NAMS die hards!
So there are definitely some great lessons here to be learned!!
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