Park City Training information for July 24-28th. - Posted by John Behle

Posted by John Behle on March 21, 2000 at 23:32:36:

I should have clarified in my previous post. I assumed you had seen the information on my website or been to the convention.

This specifically is a follow up seminar for those who have the video course. It is more advanced. Not that you have to really understand or memorize what’s in the videos, it’s just that we won’t spend as much time on the basics as with a totally new group.

If someone still has nightmares where their calculator is chasing them around, then that may be too basic a level. This is a tie it all together and put a plan into place experience.

Absolutely - do study the videos and manuals first. As much as possible, but don’t feel in any way intimidated. As long as you didn’t just pull the wrapping off the calculator as you were waiting for the airport shuttle - unless you are a super speed learner.

The first couple days are an advanced review and practice of the basics. We move quick, but pause to fill in the gaps. Then on to the more advanced material. All throughout, there will be a plan developed and a personalized program to put it all into action.

In with a dream - out with a plan.

Park City Training information for July 24-28th. - Posted by John Behle

Posted by John Behle on March 18, 2000 at 12:15:12:

Details are posted about the 5 day paper training in Park City Utah that was offered at the convention. There are details about dates, times, travel, hotel, etc. Please make your reservations early as it is a state holiday in Utah and a popular destination resort.

Also we need to know exactly who is coming to make sure they hold enough rooms and we have a large enough room. Please email pat@papergame.com to let us know who and how many are coming. Details on the training are at: www.papergame.com/seminars.htm

Looking forward to seeing you all there. All home study courses from the convention have been shipped out and you should have yours by now or a day or two maximum. We have tracking numbers on all of them, so if there is any problem let us know.

You will receive the most value by reviewing the videos and materials before the July training.

Re: Park City Training information for July 24-28th. - Posted by tb

Posted by tb on March 21, 2000 at 19:40:20:

Hi John,

I went to your site, but was unable to find the price of the 5 day training. Is the total price of the training itself yet to be decided?

Thanks! tb

Prospoector Square didn’t have block of rooms… - Posted by Jim-WI

Posted by Jim-WI on March 21, 2000 at 10:54:31:

I just called to make reservations for the 5 day training and told them that there was a block of rooms set aside (most likely) under the Cashflow Specialists name. They couldn’t find the block of rooms. John, are the rooms listed under a different name?

Thanks!

Re: Park City Training information for July 24-28th. - Posted by John Behle

Posted by John Behle on March 21, 2000 at 23:11:55:

$495 - which includes the 5 day video course, two manuals and five books.

Waiting for a contract - Posted by John Behle

Posted by John Behle on March 21, 2000 at 12:37:04:

I called yesterday and she said they need a contract first, which she has yet to fax me. Try around the end of the week.

Re: Park City Training information for July 24-28th. - Posted by tb

Posted by tb on March 21, 2000 at 23:18:27:

Thanks for the prompt response John.

I am considering following your advice and ordering the 5 day video course before the training in order
to learn the basics before coming.

Would you recommend this, or would it be okay to just come “cold” as a newbie in paper?

Thanks again!

tb