What a thrill … - Posted by Alex Gurevich, TX
Posted by Alex Gurevich, TX on March 09, 1999 at 12:35:25:
it was to get together with a bunch like that. There were dynamic speakers, charisma, chemistry, and enterpreneurial spirit in abandance. There were success stories, exchange of ideas, just plain chit-chat and making friends.
The fascinating transformation in the folks just starting out, to see how their confidence level grew from day to day as they talked to more and more experienced people at the convention.
The ideas I picked up in conversations with (and I’m sorry, I know I am going to misspell some names, and I’m gonna miss some names too) Ed Wachsman, Jackie Lange, Dan Luibell, Jim Piper, Bud Bransetter (our chat was way too brief, sorry I could not find you later). Even Karp, who was way too drunk, gave me a gerat tip, which I can’t remember now; I guess I was too TIRED too.
I have tried in the past to play with notes, learned the lingo, the calculator, the techniques, the yields, but I could never quite really figure how to put them together with other things that I do. After talking a bit with John Behle after hours, I am starting to get a feel for how I may capitalize on that market. I had a perception of a lot of competition in the marketplace from other note brokers. Now I realize they are just folks with minimal training to flip the notes. While the real money is in creating your market, buying, holding, and trading them. Thanks John.(BTW, I got your course, expect some e-mail from me soon.)
I feel sorry, I had only a couple of days and I did not get a chance to chat with other folks I wanted to: Lonnie, Scott Britton, Ed Garcia and on, and on…
Robert Kiyosaki was unbelievable, especially at the round table, where we forced him to dig deeper into the stuff he was presenting during his key-note speach. Wha t a shift of paradigm in thinking rich (J.P., you oughta get him again next year).
Last thanks (should have been first) go to J.P. and Terry for creating this site and hooking us all together. It’s a great PRIVILAGE. It was a pleasure to have finally met you both.
Thanks to all, I truly enjoyed the show.