Here’s a video from the Supercharge Seminar that was held last month in San Diego. This was one of the best events I have ever attended. For one thing, the weather and location was great.
The level of information sharing was awesome, and I got to meet some really great people. They come from a diverse background. Some are seasoned Internet professions like me, while others are just getting started in their Internet marketing career. Their age ranged from twenty to 70+.
I attend over a dozen events every year. They range in price from the free local meetups to the $15,000 six-day mastermind in Fiji that I’m flying to this Saturday. Now you might thinks spending $15,000 to attend an event is crazy. I look at it as money well invested.
The Cost of Not Attending
It was at ProfitPoint, another $15,000 event, that I met Peng Joon, one of the biggest Clickbank marketers in the world. Since then, we have a formed a business partnership and launched three six-figure Clickbank products, and has starting plans for the fourth. It was at the $3,000 ThinkTank event that I met Matt Lloyd and his MOBE System. Since becoming a MOBE Licensee, I”ll made $128,804.40 from it in six month, and got a brand new Mercedes-Benz SL550 for free.
If I hadn’t attended those two events, I wouldn’t be out $18,000. Instead, I would be out hundreds of thousands! I have never lost money attending an event. The deals, contact, and information I get from it renders the cost a moot point.
My point is, you should not look at the cost of attending a conference. Instead, look at the benefits of attending. They will always outweigh the cost. The cost of not attending is always higher than the cost of attending.
Speaking of cost, the next Supercharge Seminar will be in Chicago, and will cost $297, which is a really great price for a two-day event in a major city. However, you’ll get a free ticket if you enroll in the MOBE Licensee Program by this Friday. Find out more here.