Hello from Room 744 of the Renaissance Hotels and Resorts at Rex Wisehart’s The Capital Factor in Denver, Colorado!
Setting Up My Presentation With The Help Of Rex Wisehart And Rick Raddatz (At Least I Think That’s What We’re Doing Haha)
As you may already know, I had spent over half of 2008 thus far in Asia to work on various projects to expand my business overseas.
However, what you may not know is that if it weren’t for Rex Wisehart’s The Capital Factor in Denver, Colorado this weekend, I would still be in Asia right now.
That’s because in addition to building and training my team overseas, several tradeshows that are relevant to my various businesses are happening right now in Hong Kong and China.
Instead of sticking around in Asia to participate in these events, I decided to return back to the United States early specifically to fulfill my commitment to Rex Wisehart to speak at The Capital Factor.
It was my first sales presentation in over 2 months, and it’s also my last one of its kind for at least the next few months.
The reason is that after serious consideration, I have decided to make some changes to my business, and as far as speaking is concerned, I am going to be a lot more selective when it comes to the event as well as the event organizer.
You may still see me on the stage from time to time at various conferences, but they will be much different – You’ll see what I mean in the upcoming weeks.
So why did I decide to make an exception for The Capital Factor, and was it a good decision?
Well, in addition to being great friends with Rex Wisehart, I knew that it was an event that I personally needed to attend to help build my own business.
And yes, I was right!
Not only did I have the priviledge to share the stage with some of the most brilliant business, finance, motivational and marketing minds in the world, such as Armand Morin, Rick Raddatz, Brendon Burchard, Jermaine Griggs, David Bullock, Wes Jankowski, Carolyn McCormick, Jim Arkebauer, Bob Smith, C.L. Osborn, Mindy Jones, Phil Winn, Darrel Hornbacher, Wayne Van Dyck and Dick Bruso …
… But I have also learned a ton of business related information and built new friendships with many top notch individuals who were in attendance at The Capital Factor.
I also had a ton of fun with The Capital Factor crew at the Rockies vs. Diamondbacks opening game at Coors Field on Friday, speakers dinner at the Tavern Lowry on Sunday evening, as well as at the event throughout the weekend.
The Coors Field In Downtown Denver
Awesome Seats Behind The First Base Dugout!
Rockies Got Owned 8 to 1! Booooo…
My New Friends – Director Of The Capital Factor Amber Rouse And Leading Motivational Speaker Brendon Burchard (Also From The Bay Area)
The Capital Factor is one of very few events I remember in recent memory where I stuck around to watch presentations from the speakers, most of whom I have never seen speak before because they are in a different industry, and was able to pick up a ton of extremely helpful new information.
If you weren’t able to make it to The Capital Factor live yourself this past weekend in Denver, you should definitely get your hands on The Capital Factor DVDs so you don’t miss out on this amazing information.
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