NOT FOR ED ----- For Ed's Students/Alumni - Posted by Kenneth Hocking

Posted by Kenneth Hocking on June 15, 2007 at 06:42:13:


NOT FOR ED ----- For Ed’s Students/Alumni - Posted by Kenneth Hocking

Posted by Kenneth Hocking on June 12, 2007 at 18:55:00:

I would like to hear from previous LENDER’s Workshop Alumni:

I am extremely excited about attending the upcoming Workshop!

What do you, as previous students, think about the Course?

What should I do to prepare to get the most out of the Course?

Is there anything you would have done differently given the chance to go back?

I am attending Next week so any help would be Awesome!


Re: NOT FOR ED ----- For Ed’s Students/Alumni - Posted by John Corey

Posted by John Corey on June 13, 2007 at 15:51:57:


  1. Expect that each day starts on time. Better if you get down to
    breakfast and sit with someone you do not know. Part of the value of
    the program is the networking. You can assume that all the students
    were screened and likely have done a few deals.

  2. Bring an iPod or similar and record the sessions. Normally you can
    find a seat near power. Almost any microphone (built in or add-on) will
    work as the speakers use a microphone.

I used an iPod and just left it on a chair or the table. The nice thing
about an iPod is you can record a lot. Remember we are talking about
8-16 hours of possible recording time in one day (including the
evening sessions). Others record direct to their computer. The
microphone add on for an iPod is about $35 and the device has built in
capabilities to record. No software or extra things to do other than
press start.

  1. Expect 1-2 evening sessions which can go as late as 1 AM.

  2. If you have a deal then bring the details. There is a session where
    you can present your deal and get advice from Ed, Terry, Ray Alcorn
    and others.

  3. Expect to trade contact details with people. Normally there is a sign
    up list. Bring business cards or print something off. Your hotel room
    will have broadband so you can send email to new contacts while at the
    event. Easier than trying to remember when you get back.

  4. Depending on your level of sophistication with finance some of the
    ideas will seem really simple or rather complex. Ed needs everyone on
    the same page before starting the mentoring. Some folks return for a
    refresher course as alumni are invited back at no charge. If no miss
    something and you are recording you can listen later. If you need to
    come back there is no cost other than your T&E plus time.

  5. Be prepared to get Ed all the info he needs and then call him on a
    regular schedule after your 3 day in the course. Set up a program
    where you advance your financing. After 6 months you can look back
    at the progress.

John Corey

Re: NOT FOR ED ----- For Ed’s Students/Alumni - Posted by JAMES

Posted by JAMES on June 16, 2007 at 21:02:02:

Don’t waist your time or money Kenneth.

Great post. Thanks, John - Posted by Jeane

Posted by Jeane on June 15, 2007 at 09:59:04: