Re: Atlanta Seminar Opinion Solicitation - Posted by Jim IL
Posted by Jim IL on February 04, 2000 at 13:41:56:
I went to my first convention last year, as a total “newbie”.
We did have ONE deal under our belts, and that paid for the convention, but it was only a flip , and we pulled that off with more luck than anything.
I learned so much last year, and met so many great people.
And, we bought a few courses as well.
I am trying like heck to make it this year, and will be really disappointed if I do not get to go.
The knowledge we gained last year was fantastic.
I also did not understand many of the terms last year, but thankfully, many of the speakers kept it rather simple for us.
The things we did not understand we could discuss at the round table meetings on Saturday, and that is happening again this year.
I will go this year, armed with more education, and should be able to get a little more out of it education wise this time around.
But, the key for me last year, aside from the networking and education, was the motivation.
I was sad to leave the atmosphere of the convention, and yet I was so pumped to come home and make deals.
And guess what? I did! I made a few deals last year, none of which would have come about without this board and the convention, coupled with the courses I bought there and here online.
The bottom line is, what is more expensive, education or lack thereof?
Go to Atlanta, you will not be sorry.
Click on the banner for the convention, and you will see comments from many of us who attended last year.
I would gather that most of those comments were also from “newbies” like us.
How can you not go?
(thats the question that is driving me to close a deal and attend…fingers crossed, and knose to the grind stone to get it done.)
Hope to see you there,