Recently my friends Paul Counts and Jeff Wellman came out to Colorado for a visit.
If you’ve seen our products in the past, you may know that we’ve dubbed ourselved the “real guys” as a way of revolting against all the fakeness in our industry.
Working from home as an Internet marketer tends to be an isolating experience, so it’s important to make sure you’re living in the real world too. It’s also good to get together with like-minded people who understand your business and can relate to you.
If you don’t have some people in your life who fit that description (or if you’d like to meet some more), a great place to meet them is the JV Alert Live conference. The next one is November 9th – 11th in Denver, Colorado.
I will be there and would love to see you there. The price of admission is only $127 for the entire weekend, which is a bargain compared to the usual cost of $497+. If you sign up through my link, be sure to post a ticket at my helpdesk along with your contact information, and I’ll take you out to lunch as a bonus.
More than likely, I’ll wrangle some of my “guru” friends into coming too. But if Paul Counts comes along, let’s just hope he doesn’t bring his computer…
We had a lot of fun making that video, as you could probably tell, but you may be surprised to know that it was actually based on a couple of true stories!
Paul had a consulting client whom he met in a coffee shop for the first time. You can imagine his surprise when she hauled in a big old desktop computer and set it up on the table. That’s the type of computer that I built much of my business on in the early 2000’s. I’m sure many of you can relate, and I know some of you are still using those computers 😉
The Wi-Fi spoof came from our friend Rachel who owns the coffee shop where we filmed the video. She actually had a guy come into her store and demand a free “wiffie”, pointing to the Free Wi-Fi advertisement in the window.
Jeff caught a foul ball at the game… well, actually he didn’t exactly catch it. It was coming our way, and I was holding my $2000 camera, so I ducked for cover and protected the camera. Next thing I knew, the ball was at my feet about to roll into the row ahead of us. Paul was yelling for me to pick it up, but I couldn’t move quickly enough. Luckily Jeff, the “old” man of the group, was spry enough to lunge at the ball and grab it before it went over the edge 🙂
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