Let me explain with two quick items…
#1. I’ve been getting requests to do in-person workshops more and more these days. A lot of requests.
Not many people know that I held a very small private workshop in Minnesota back in January.
In fact, there were only about 300 people who even knew about the event.
26 individuals braved the elements to come join our team for a good ol’ Minnesota winter, with most paying a minimum of $3,000 to be in attendance (not including travel expenses).
Many said it was the most valuable event they’ve ever attended and it went so well we decided to do another one.
So I’m going to be back in my home state of Minnesota again for another workshop, except this time we’re doing it in August.
Well, my webmaster lives there, my business partner lives there, and my head coach Curt Johnson lives in Northern Illinois which is much closer to Minnesota than Hot Springs, Arkansas.
And while Minnesota in January may not be the Bahamas, the Mississippi river valley is absolutely beautiful in the summer.
This workshop will be slightly bigger than the last one, but not much.
We’re going for quality over quantity and are keeping these small on purpose, so we’re only sending these emails to a small segment of our list.
I’m not going to say much more about it for now, other than: if you’d like some serious hands-on internet marketing help and you think you might be interested, keep August 4-6th open on your calendar.
Will send you more details soon.
#2. If you’d like to get a little sample of some of the training from our last workshop in January, check out this great clip below from one of Eric Walker’s sessions where he teaches the 3x3x1 strategy.
This is an awesome training segment if you feel like you don’t know what to talk about on Facebook to market your products/opportunity.
You’ll also see some of the hands on work we did at this workshop.
As Eric is teaching the strategy, one of our Renegade Team members and trainers, Marsha Godwin actually films a video in front of the class using the technique that Eric is talking about.
Also, note the hoodie underneath the suit coat that Eric has on. Kind of like a slightly more serious version of Mark Zuckerberg. Very trendy. (I’m just messing with him because his plane got in late and he walked in the door literally right before he was scheduled to train 😉
Anyway, check it out and leave a comment if you enjoyed it: