So, I’m in San Diego at the Impact Event and one big name marketer is telling me about how he increased his business 50 percent since he talked to another marketer when they were together at my event in Baltimore six months ago.
It was just a simple thing. Something you and I could do if we really sat down and took the time and put in the work.
Do it and then test it. Refine it and do it again.
Now for this guy, the result was HUGE. Game Changing.
But, it was just a short conversation. “This is what’s working for me right now.”
When people ask me is it worth it to come to live events, I think about things like this. Just one little idea and a bunch of elbow grease that’s all it took to make a BIG jump in the bottom-line.
Now that marketer had something to sell, he had an audience and he had conversion BEFORE he got to the event. He’s been in the business for over a decade, he’s one of the best marketers I know and has had massive success, so you would THINK that he already knew more than enough.
What could he possibly learn by coming to one of my events?
One idea, worth … well, big bucks.
For you it might not be worth as much. If you doubled your net profits, it might not be worth millions.
But, if you doubled your profits, it might give you more freedom. It might give you more peace and it might give you more hope.
Coming to a live event isn’t just about being there with amazing people. It’s about the small things that change your life.
If you aren’t there, you can’t experience it.
When it’s over, it’s over.
If he hadn’t showed up, it wouldn’t have happened.
Of course, showing up isn’t enough. You have to do something with what you are given.
Be the person, who shows up.
Be the person, who does something.
Be the person, who has significance and makes something better.
That’s the Impact Factor at work.