Posted on Feb 21st, 2011 by Allison (Reviews/Recommendations)

I have one final post to share about my Cost Rica trip – filled with wonderful pictures from my last few 5 days in the country. But I haven’t had a chance to work on it – and wanted to share why.

The last few weeks I’ve been working, nearly non-stop, on preparations for a “Breakthrough Telesummit” that Margie (my main Virtual Assistant/web design client) decided she wanted to put together.

The woman has a lot of vision – but, sadly for me, not much of a feel for what is involved and how long it reasonably takes to bring her vision to life 🙂

So I’ve taken what should be a 12 – 36 week job and pulled it off in just 4 weeks. The telesummit took place this weekend and was a smashing success. I’ve had the opportunity to listen to many of the 24 speakers and they are really INCREDIBLE.

This was a high caliber event – speakers like Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup For The Soul), Marci Shimoff (Happy For No Reason/Love For No Reason), Cheryl Richardson, T. Harv Eker, Tim Sales and more.

All for only $20.

Really, it’s an incredible bargain.

The calls were all recorded, and anyone who registers gets 60 days access to listen to them. Margie has decided to leave enrollment open for one more week (til Sunday, February 27th) – so I wanted to let you know about it.

If you are looking for a breakthrough in your business or in your life, I really recommend you invest the $20 and listen to these speakers. Even though it is billed for “network marketers” – it’s really for anyone wanting to make more of their life, business and relationships. Or to start a new business or create something new. Most of the speakers didn’t even talk about network marketing (though a few did).

Anyway – just wanted to share what I’ve been doing and invite you to take advantage of the offer.

Having heard nearly half of the speakers so far, I can say it’s well worth $20.

Check out the website (yes, I made it) for details on the speakers and their topics – and to register if you’d like.

OK.. back to work!

(6) Comments   


Jennifer Pearce on February 21st, 2011 at 7:37 am

Sounds like a wonderful conference! Way to go on pulling it off so well with so little time to work with. I would love to hear Marci Shimoff. Brandon and I are reading her latest book together and we are really enjoying it!!

Brandon on February 21st, 2011 at 10:11 am

That looks like an awesome line-up of speakers and topics. When you register, can you download the recordings, or are they streamed, requiring you to listen to them all within 60 days?

Great job on the website! It looks awesome!

paul on February 21st, 2011 at 2:50 pm

That’s quite the website, mucho kudos. Is this the first of many telesummits to come? Will they be easier now that you’ve laid the groundwork? Craig and I are trying to de Motivate. We want life to be much more simple as we race toward the finish line.

Michelle on February 21st, 2011 at 5:56 pm

Your website looks great! I don’t know how you did it all in four weeks, wow.

Allison on February 22nd, 2011 at 10:00 pm

Brandon, one of the audios are downloadable – the rest must be listened to while in the back office. Which shouldn’t be a big deal for you since you can broadcast through your house from your computer 🙂

I think you’d really like Cheryl Richardson’s comments as well. Paul, she talks about simplifying – how we overextend ourselves and how to get away from that.

I haven’t listened to Lisa Jimenez, but hear her presentation was excellent (about rejecting rejection).

Yes, there will be more telesummits. Next one in about 6 months… which is a far more reasonable time frame to pull something this big off!

@Brandon, I sent a link for your 2009 book reviews (where you mention Marci’s Happy For No Reason) to Marci’s personal assistant in a recent email – so maybe she’ll stop by and visit your blog 🙂

Aunt Kathy on March 3rd, 2011 at 10:43 pm

Great job Allison. I have a book by Cheryl Richardson, I really like her work. Unfortunately, it’s packed away ready for the move and I don’t recall the title. (The curse of having too many books) I’m really amazed that you could accomplish so much and so well, in such a short period of time. Can you relax a little now?

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