TAS 664 What Events Should I Attend to Grow My Business? Ask Scott #208


Are you fired up and ready to push the envelope in your ecommerce business? What is keeping you fired up and on the attack? If you find yourself a little sluggish and struggling to muster up the drive to keep going, you’ve come to the right place! It is time for another session of Ask Scott here on The Amazing Seller! On this episode, you’ll hear from Scott as he shares his thought of the week, an answer to a question from a TAS follower like you, and much more. Don’t miss a minute of this helpful episode featuring Scott’s valuable perspective!

Surround yourself with like minded people!

Have you ever walked into a room and felt your attitude and energy just change like someone flipped a light switch on or off? You know the feeling when you go into a room with happy people, and you soon find yourself feeling happy, or you walk into a room with angry people, and you feel automatically on edge? The fact of the matter is, who you surround yourself with daily matters! Are the people in your life supportive and encouraging or are they a drain? If you have any hope for long term success in your business, you’ve got to have like-minded people in your corner rooting for you. To hear more about this critical topic, make sure to listen to this episode!

Scott’s tips for making the most of an event.

Have you made an effort to travel to an ecommerce event yet? What is holding you back? If you have attended one, what did you like about it? Many business leaders are rightly hesitant to put in the time and energy necessary to attend an event, are they even worth it? Scott knows this feeling all too well, and he’s put together a few tips to help leaders like you get the most out of attending an event.

  1. Be open to learning from new perspectives.
  2. Network with people at the event.
  3. Take notes!
  4. Stay at the hotel where the event is hosted.

Don’t go to an event without any preparation! If you want to get the most value out of your time, pay attention to these tips from Scott. To hear Scott expand on each of these tips, make sure to listen to this informative episode of The Amazing Seller!

How Brand Accelerator Live will be different.

Do you ever feel like if you’ve been to one ecommerce event that you’ve been to all of them? If you’ve felt that way, good news – you're not alone! Scott has been to some awesome events and some terrible ones over the course of his career. Now he’s leveraging all those experiences to bring sellers like you an event that is a cut above all the rest. At Brand Accelerator Live, you can expect an environment built from the ground up with your experience in mind. You’ll get practical tools and resources you can use to get your ecommerce business to the next level of growth. To learn more about what sets Brand Accelerator Live apart from all the other events, make sure to check out the link located in the resources section!

OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE OF THE AMAZING SELLER

  • [0:03] Scott’s introduction to this episode of the podcast!
  • [5:30] Scott’s thought of the week; surround yourself with like-minded people.
  • [13:00] Question: What events should I attend to grow my business?
  • [18:40] The event you should attend.
  • [20:50] The pros of attending an event.
  • [26:30] A few cons of attending events.
  • [29:45] Closing thoughts from Scott.
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TRANSCRIPT TAS 664

TAS 664: What Events Should I Attend to Grow My Business? Ask Scott #208

[INTRODUCTION]

[00:00:03] Scott: Well hey, hey what’s up everyone! Welcome back to another episode of The Amazing Seller Podcast. This is episode number 664 and session number 208 of Ask Scott. This is where I answer your questions here on the podcast and I’m going to do it here again today…

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…and I am fired up because well, I don’t know, I’m just fired up. It’s Friday and it’s funny. A lot of people say, “Scott, aren’t you excited for the weekend?” And I’m like, “Yes but the reason why I’m usually excited for the weekend isn’t that I’m getting out of work. It’s that I’m going to be whether it’s spending time with the family or taking a ride up to the lake with my wife.” Or whatever.

It’s kind of a little bit more of let’s just try to chill, not have a lot on our plates but during the week to be honest with you I’ve built businesses that I’m working on that I don’t mind doing. I think that’s what we are kind of all after. I know some of you are listening to this and you are driving to work or you are driving home from work and I get it. Those days I can remember doing that and if you want a Friday not to feel like a Friday that you are getting out of work for the weekend and then when Sunday comes you’re like, “Oh my gosh got to back to work,” then yeah you are in the right place.

You want to be working on building a lifestyle business. That’s what we are doing here. I’m not talking about building an eight, nine figure company. That’s not really my main goal. My goal is to always have stability, flexibility and just that time to enjoy life. So anyway, I just want to throw that out there, a little random though because a lot of people are listening to this on Friday.

But if you listen to this on Monday and driving to work, it’s alright. It’s okay. It’s going to be a great week and hopefully this episode will help you out and if not, go find an episode out of all these 600 episodes that I did and look for one that will help you wherever you are struggling.

[00:02:00] Scott: Today I am going to be talking about a question that I get asked a lot and actually the reason why I decided to create this myself and that is, “What events or conferences should I attend to grow my business? Or should I even attend events?”

And it’s a great question and that’s what I’m going to be answering here today because this happened when I was at an event and it was a more e-commerce/Amazon event. And I had someone come up to me and ask me a question. Well, it was that question right there like, “Hey Scott, what other event should I attend to help me grow my business? I’m looking for another Amazon event or something like that.”

I’ll give you guys my answer and my reply and my advice to that gentleman. And then I have also received people throughout the year. They say, “Hey Scott what events are you going to be at? I want to attend one that you are at.” Here is what I did, and we’ll get into what events and how to prepare and all that stuff and the pros and the cons here in a minute. But we are coming up to a little bit of a deadline here ourselves here for Brand Accelerator Live and if you are just tuning in first I just want to welcome you if you are brand new. Welcome, my name is Scott Voelker, I’m the host of the show.

For all of you that have been listening for a while, you have probably heard me talk a little bit about this event, this conference that I decided to create because of that question by the way and it’s called Brand Accelerator Live. The deadline that I’m talking about, depending on when you are listening to this, on May 1st of 2019 we are going to be increasing the general admission and the VIP pass to Brand Accelerator Live. Depending on when you listen to this, if you are listening to this around that time and you haven’t grabbed your ticket yet, now is the chance and now is your chance to go over and grab it at a steep discount.

It’s our super early bird pricing. Go check it out brandacceleratorlive.com. It is going to be an unbelievable event.

[00:04:01] Scott: It’s the event that I’ve wanted to attend and I’ve attended ones that were somewhat in line here but they might have been missing one thing or maybe another event was just totally out of there for me. I just didn’t really care for that type and I’ll talk about what I liked and what I didn’t like about certain events. But I wanted to create one that I wanted to attend and that I thought I was going to get all of the different aspects of building a brand and that’s why it’s called Brand Accelerator Live.

And yes we are going to focus on e-commerce 100%. We are also going to focus on Amazon and we are also going to focus on marketing and digital marketing and traffic and asset building and how to scale and how to grow and all of those fun things, yes. That is all going to be there. I’m going to have some amazing speakers. Some I haven’t even announced yet and it’s just going to be packed with action steps and advice to go out there and go big really for yourself. And whatever big is for you, meaning, “Well I want to replace my job and I’m making $10,000 a month.”

Well that’s great, that’s big for you and some people might be making $500,000 a year. That’s going big for you. It’s going to be awesome, it’s going to be epic. So if you’ve not grabbed your ticket yet, head over to brandacceleratorlive.com and do that as soon as possible. And once we do sell out of all the tickets in general, then there will be a wait list but right now depending on when you listen to this, there still are tickets available. And go check out all the details there. I’d love to have you, it’s going to be epic.

So the thought of the week is in line with that. “Surround yourself with like-minded people.” I can’t tell you how important this is. I found myself hanging out with people in the past that are complainers, that are people like, “Oh they are lucky or oh I’ll never get there. Oh I wish I could have that or oh it never happens for me. I’m always the one that gets the bad luck.”

[00:06:05] Scott: Those people and I think you know there’s probably one or two or few of those people in our lives. And even there’s people in my life right now that are like that. I just try to not spend as much time as I normally would with someone that I’m hanging out with whether it’s personal or business. Especially in business you do not want to be hanging out with people that don’t get it. They don’t understand what you are doing, why you are doing it and just being able to freely talk about it and have people elevate your game, make you push yourself a little bit or get you to think a little bit bigger or a little bit outside the box.

Again, myself, maybe you were raised… My father was working three jobs and it was always like, “Hey Scott, you don’t need that. What do you think? Money grows on trees?” That’s probably the worst messaging that we could ever be taught because that just shows me and teaches me that it’s limited on what I can have because there’s not a money tree. But the funny thing is that I learned is that we can plant a lot of our own little money trees and we can water them and we can nurture them.

It’s up to us and now more than ever, more now than ever are the possibilities crazy. Whether you want to take e-commerce and make that your main thing or if you want to take digital products, if you want to take content and just build out traffic, if you want to do a service-based business and be an agency. Like whatever you want to do you can do it. You can totally do it, there is nothing, nothing at all holding you or I back. The only thing that’s holding us back is us or the people that we are surrounding ourselves with.

A perfect example of this is my son who is now going to be 21. Actually, when you listen to this he will be 21 and he for the longest time when he was playing sports he always wanted to play with older kids.

[00:08:02] Scott: And I was glad because I knew that if he played with older kids who generally are going to be a little bit better, a little bit more mature, he’ll probably try to play up. And he did and I tell you what, it paid off. Now there are some people that are like, “Oh I don’t want to do that, I don’t want them to go a little bit too far.” There’s a balance. There is in sports especially but even like with my daughter right now. She is in fifth grade, she is playing with sixth, seventh and eighth graders.

There is like a division that goes from like there is a silver division, they can still earn silver, they can still be older if they are not up to par yet to get their fundamentals built and stuff. But right from the beginning we wanted her to learn the fundamentals but then wanted to go and enter a more competitive atmosphere. And I’ll tell you what, it’s made a huge difference. We just actually went on a team with someone that we were on a team with probably a season ago and he immediately noticed the difference from the last time to this time, like leaps and bounds. Like, “Holy cow, can’t believe how much she’s progressed.”

The reason is because we put her on what they call a regional team and a regional team isn’t the national team which is really high level. It’s more where they play more travel atmosphere. They are not just in one area and also you have to try out so you play with a certain caliber of players and that’s what she did. So it made her want to strive to do more. We limit ourselves on what we can do and sometimes by the people that we surround ourselves with, so don’t do that. That’s my daughter and her little volleyball career that she has going for her. And she loves it. She enjoys it.

Actually, they are there right now. Her and a friend went to the Clemsen game to watch a college volleyball game with one of her friends. Her parents are taking them and they want to know if she wanted to go and I said, “Absolutely.”

[00:10:02] Scott: So she’s going there and watching older girls play the game that she loves. She’s modeling, she’s going to try to model some of the things that she’s seeing them do. Obviously, she’s not as tall as them yet, she’s not as strong as them yet. She’ll get there. My personal story here with this is… I think I shared this story before but I was, probably around ten years ago when I first got on this online space, probably twelve years ago actually now that I think about it. I had my first mentor ever and I was on a call with him and he was asking me like what my number was that I wanted to make per month.

At the time I think it was $12,000 maybe $15,000 a month. And I thought that was, “Oh my gosh if I can get there that will be awesome.” I think in our photography business back then, we were doing six figures. So let’s just say we were doing $8,000 or $10,000 a month. So that was great but for me I was like, ‘If I can do $15,000 that should be over $150,000 a year, that’d be phenomenal.’ He actually chuckled a little bit and he was like. “Alright, I was hoping you were going to say $25,000 or $30,000 but okay but we need to think bigger.”

Right there he taught me that I was thinking too small. I was thinking safe so even though we might not hit that number, we might not hit the $30,000 that we shoot for we might hit $25000 because we strive for the $30,000. And I think we all agree that if you do that, if you strive for something a little bit bigger you might even fall short but if you do you’d still be what you were going to settle with.

Anyway, that is my thought of the week. Surround yourself with like-minded people that are going to elevate your game, get you to think a little bit bigger, push you a little bit into an area you might be uncomfortable with. I’m telling you every time I’ve ever done that it’s always made me really say, “I’m so glad I did that even though it was scary.”

[00:12:08] Scott: Heck, this event Brand Accelerator Live, I was scared as heck to announce that to you guys because I’m like, “Once I announce it, it’s real, I got to do it, I got to fulfil it, I got all these things.” And then I got excited about it and then I said, “This is going to be amazing and I can’t wait to bring over 200 people from the TAS community together and have an epic, epic conference altogether under one roof.

It’s going to be amazing. There’s something about being in a room together with people. It just lights me up and it energizes me and I know when people leave a conference and if it’s at the right conference they’ll also have that energy. And that’s what I wanted to do here.

Alright so let’s get into this question here which again is all around events. “What events should I attend to grow my business and should I attend events at all?” Here is the deal. I am not an event junkie. There are event junkies out there that go to every single event that they possibly can and they never build a business. They just love attending events, they just love being in that atmosphere and that’s great but there needs to come a time that you got to actually do something.

You got to actually put something into action. So to me sometimes events can be distracting if they are not in line with what I’m trying to do. There’s a recent event that happened. It was called 10X Growth Con I think it was with Grant Cardone. If you guys ever heard of Grant Cardone, he’s a hardcore salesperson. He’s a good guy I’m sure. I’m not a huge follower of his stuff, he is too over the top for me personally. There are some good lessons you can learn from what he talks about, what he teaches. Not a huge, huge fan but his event, massive.

[00:14:01] Scott: He did something that no one else thought you could do. He filled an arena of 30,000 people to go to an entrepreneurial event. But the type of event this is you go there and then after every single speaker there’s an offer to go buy $1,000 all the way up to $25,000 program and everybody runs in the back of the room and does. I do not want to be a part of that, just me personally. You might, fine. If you don’t want to buy anything that’s fine, if you want to be in that atmosphere great but it’s all over the place.

You’ve got real estate people there. You’ve got maybe some e-commerce people there, you’ve got digital marketers there, you might have people that are into loans that are selling loans. It’s all over the map. It’s just people that are in business but it’s all different types. So for me personally, too all over the place. Too all over the place, too big of an event for me. To be honest with you I don’t like events if they are more than 1,000 people generally. I’ll usually stay away from those.

The only one exception I would say and I haven’t been there, I was going to go there this year but I’m going to probably go there next year is Social Media Marketing World. I’ll probably go to that. I met Michael Stelzner, had dinner with him actually. Great guy. Learned a lot about events because he puts together a pretty amazing event over 4,000 people. But again going back to setting targets, they were going to try to hit 7,000 attendees this year. That was their goal. They’ve been doing it for six years and they’ve been growing every year. They wanted to shoot for 7,000.

And I think last year they managed 3,500 or something like that. I may have these numbers off but they ended up getting 4,700. So they fell short of their goal but if they never shot for seven thousand they may never have hit the 4,700. But even if it was 700 more, that’s quite a few more tickets. So again he shot high and he didn’t hit it but again he did pretty darn good. And they sold like $1,600 virtual tickets as well. So pretty crazy. But anyway, that event I may attend but that’s an event too you want to almost know if there’s going to be people there that you can link up with and have your own little groups and then you can get introduced to other people and stuff.

[00:16:07] Scott: That’s my thing. So I think it does depend on where you are in business, what are you looking to achieve? Sometimes if you go to too many different events and different topics in different areas, you’ll get confused or you’ll get overwhelmed then you’ll do nothing. I would recommend… And the one that I do always recommend, I speak there, I attend it as a speaker but I also attend it as an attendee because I love learning is Seller’s Summit. I’ll be there, its May 15th I believe this year, 16th and it’s already sold out.

He’s been doing that event, him and Tony Anderson, I say him, Steve Chou… I just imagine everybody knows who I’m talking about. They’ve been doing it for four years now. It’s a small event too about 200 they cap it off at, great event. I’ve been speaking there for four years. Love the people, love the community. It’s all e-commerce focused. They do talk a little bit about Amazon, they do talk a little bit about digital marketing and they talk a little bit about just business in general and how to scale.

So it’s a great event, it’s very similar to what we are doing with Brand Accelerator Live. But there’s other events like… Let’s take another one I went to is Funnel Hacking Live. Funnel Hacking Live is from Click Funnels, if you don’t know who they are. And it’s basically all about people that come together that are building different businesses but they are all talking about funnels. Really about how to build a funnel that converts but then different aspects of the funnel. That is more targeted. I’m okay with that but again that event becomes very, very big.

It started at 500, went to 1,000. Now I think it’s up to 4,000. They have Tony Robbins there. Like it’s big, big event. I attended the year before last, it was okay. I didn’t attend this last year. It’s one that won’t be at the top of my list. Again you’ve got to see where you are at in the business, where do you need help or where do you want to be surrounded with certain people that can help elevate your game.

[00:17:59] Scott: I had someone come up to me and it was at, let’s see, Sellers Summit or maybe it was Click Funnels and they… Whoever it was knew who I was, had been a listener and they said, “Scott, what other events are you going to attend? I want to go to another event and I’m just not sure. What other Amazon events are happening?”  And I go, “Okay here is my suggestion, you are here at Sellers Summit and that’s good. I would not try to go to every single e-commerce event out there or Amazon event. There’s other ones out there. Even Amazon has their own event now this year, last year they did too.

But I would limit to how many I was going to go to on that one area. If you want to grow in business or even in life, you want to mix it up a little bit but you also want it to be able to help the business. So what I said to this guy was like, “I would go to a digital marketing event that might sprinkle in a bit of e-commerce or maybe half e-commerce and half digital marketing and blend the two together.”

That’s when I had this idea like if I was going to do an event it would be very similar to a Sellers Summit but again different in its own way. But with some more digital marketing like how to build external channels, how to leverage external assets, how to build traffic, how to grow a business with a team. All of those things that to me are more important than going to an all-focused Amazon event that all you are talking about is keyword research and ranking, how to pick a product, how to balance your books in a certain application or how to get brand registered.

You can go to one of those and that’s probably all you need, that’s it. You can go to one if you even want to do that. You might have that stuff all taken care of and go, “I just want to get more sales because I know if I build up these external channels, I can drive sales over to my Amazon listing and then I can get more sales. It’s pretty basic.”

[00:20:05] Scott:  That’s why I decided to create Brand Accelerator Live is because I wanted it to be an event where we could openly talk about building your business externally and on the Amazon platform but really just give you the overall action steps to do this. And no matter where you are in business you are able to then look and say, “Okay you know what, there is this one area that I could really focus on and now that I’ve been here I see that that’s what I should be focusing on. The other stuff I’ll just put off on the side until I’m ready for that.”

And that’s really what I wanted to do here with Brand Accelerator Live and I think, I’m pretty sure we are going to pull that off. And I’m super excited about that. So, that is that. Let’s go through the pros and the cons real quick.

The pros to me are you are learning from speakers that have been there, done that or they are sharing their experiences whether they are good experiences or bad experiences. But the big thing that you want to make sure is that speakers and I know Steve does this very well with his speakers, you need to be teaching.

If you are a speaker and you are there it’s very, very clear that you are teaching something. You are going to give people action steps, you are not just going to tell a story about how you went from rags to riches and yay, happy story, good for you. It’s more of you can sprinkle a little story in there how something happened but then you need to teach through the lessons that you learn. And that’s really important and it’s pretty powerful to learn from people. I think we all love to learn from other people’s experiences.

The other thing is, another pro is you have a different way of thinking sometimes by hearing it from a different perspective. And this also comes back into thinking bigger but not too big because when you think a little bit differently you might just think about how to do something a little bit bigger than you were thinking and that might light a fire under you and then you go out and do it.

[00:22:01] Scott: The people, it’s another pro. If you are at an event with the right people networking can be very, very powerful. I have seen businesses that have grew because of the networking. I’ve also seen partnerships formed and then they went on to build their own businesses together. So networking is very, very important in a huge aspect of an event if it’s the right people. That’s the keyword there, the right people.

The other pro for me personally is, again if it’s the right people if it’s the right event, energized. I’m going to get there, it’s not going to be boring, I’m going to be excited, I’m going to be energized and I’m going to be so excited I can wait to get to either get up to my room or after the event I’m going to just get to work. Like applying all of these things that I’m learning. And then really the action steps to go out there and do it.

But here is the thing, you are going to also be there consuming the information as the information is being presented at a live conference or a live event. Here’s the thing, some people will buy a course, maybe you’ve done this, I know I have. And you’ll start it and you’ll never finish it. Why? Because you are like, “I’ll do that tonight.” And then tonight something happens or, “On Saturday I’m going to do that.” And then something happens on Saturday and you end up never finishing it.

Guess what happens at an event, you generally say, “I paid for this, I’m going to go ahead and attend these different sessions.” And you take notes and then you went through and you did pretty much everything that would have been in a training so this way here you can pull out what you can do immediately. So that’s a huge one is that you are not just going to be consuming information a little bit at a time here, a little bit at a time here. You are going to go there, you are going to go through sessions that are going to pertain to you and your business and then you are going to take notes and then apply it.

[00:23:59] Scott: Now, the cons are this. You have to travel and you have to get a hotel. And here’s another little thing though, a little side tip. If you are going to a conference, going to an event, I highly, highly recommend you stay at the hotel. I know some people have said, “Oh I’m going to get an AirBnB close by and then get an Uber.” If you want to get the most out of an event, get your room at the hotel. You have to because here’s the deal. You are going to want to be there when they have networking or if you might meet someone there the night before and say, “Hey let’s meet for a drink after the sessions and lets just have our own little meeting.”

But it’s at the hotel and a lot of times there’s things, I know for all our eventers there’s going to be some really cools things happening there. There is vendors there or the sponsors. Those are great people to talk to. The cool thing that I want to do here is we have some really great sponsors already. I want our sponsors to also teach in a sense to where you can walk up and ask them questions.

That you can say, hey, you know what let's just say for example… I haven't even announced the actual sponsors yet but I'm going to give one away right now. You have Seller Labs who has a program called or a product called Ignite. So they know pay-per-click pretty well. They've got an agency now. That's a full service and they have a tool. So you can walk up to someone there and ask questions.

And then you can get answers immediately with that provider. So that’s the cool thing. And I’m making sure that anyone that's a sponsor is willing to do that. It's not just like, ‘Here, take a card.' Or, ‘Here take a card and go sign up to get a free trial.' No, that's not what we're doing. I want you to be able to approach these different sponsors. Again, I hand-picked these people that are the only people that are, ones that I've either worked with personally or used their services or their tools and I trust.

[00:26:07] Scott: That's a big one for me. Because I turned down… I actually turned down sponsors and I've turned down sponsors even for this podcast. I don't even have sponsors that I would never promote or an affiliate for. Just wouldn't do it because I want to make sure that you guys, the listener is going to get value. So that's really, really important to be able to do that. So anyway that's another thing just to consider. So travel, that's a little bit of a con. I got to take time, get a flight, I got to be on a plane for two hours, three hours, five hours. Whatever the time frame is for you.

And then the hotel. And the time to get there, to also to be there. Time away from your family or maybe your family with you. You get what I'm saying. It's time commitment.

The other con is if it’s too broad and what I mean by that is again, if you're going to an event that's like just a barrage of different topics. And you might pick one that might pertain to you. That's just to me it's not as focused, not as dialed in. I don't get as much, not everyone there is after the same thing. It's just all over the map. So I think that's a con.

Also, if you're going to go to an event and there's going to be sales pitches… Like I'm okay with getting like one or two… Like I've been to a couple of events where they even tell you, ‘If you're interested in learning more about X, Y and Z we're going to do a session in the next one. If not go grab a snack, go grab lunch, whatever.’ I'm okay with that. I just don't want every single speaker to give a 45-minute presentation and then pitch their product. I don't want that.

I don't even do that at events that I'm speaking at. I just basically say, ‘Hey, go to the podcast. Check it out.' I don't talk about EBF, I don't talk about my Inner Circle, I don't talk about any workshops that I'm going to be doing in the future. Like none of that. So, ‘Hey, want more information, I got a podcast called The Amazing Seller. Go check it out.’  Like that's it.

[00:28:00] Scott: Now, there's a time and a place for it. I'm okay with that. But I'm not a fan of people all pitching and then all running to the back of the room. That just makes me kind of feel dirty. So I don't like that.

Then the other con is if you go to an event that's too big, you can get lost. And then you might feel like, ‘Ahh, this was a total waste of time.' Like I just feel like the networking part of it is… It’s too big for me to connect and stuff like that.’ That's one of the big cons for going to a larger event. And one of the reasons why I want to keep ours small, and why I like Sellers Summit so much.

So that's some pros and cons. I know I went on there a little longer on that but it's pretty important that you understand that if you are considering going to an event. And I do think that once you go to an event you do leave that event energized, pumped up, ready to go if it's the right event. Sometimes, I have heard people say, ‘Oh my gosh, after I got out of that event I feel overwhelmed, I feel like I have no idea what I should do first.’ We're not going to have that. I can promise you that. When you leave, you're going to have an action plan.

Because it's going to be engrained through every presentation. Like actually Joe, who's on our team who's part of our family here within TAS, he's going to be actually the MC. So he's going to really make sure that every single session you understand who it's for, what you're going to get out of it and how you can apply this to your business and you to effectively pull the right stuff out of it. So it's really important that you set yourself up for that. And that's why we have him doing that because he's a brilliant at doing that.

So anyway, that is what I would suggest guys for events and future events for you, for me and I'd love for you guys to attend our event at BrandAcceleratorLive.com. Go grab a ticket. There's a few more days left to get super early bird tickets.

[00:30:03] Scott: They are a handful depending on when you're listening to this of private mastermind tickets available. That's for our bonus day at the end. That will be on the 21st. That's only going to be 10 people per room and you have to be at a certain number as far as revenue. If you want more information on that definitely check that out at BrandAcceleratorLive.com. But man, I am so excited about this. I also have a special announcement, a reveal that I'm going to do there. That I'm going to be sharing with everyone at the event first before I announce it publicly.

And everyone is going to get access to it as well. So I'm really, really excited about that. And it's just going to be epic. I'm excited the more I talk about it. So guys if you have any questions, that you want me to answer on an upcoming Ask Scott session head over to theamazingseller.com/ask and you can do it there. And yeah just let me know if you have any questions within your business or life or marketing, whatever. It doesn't matter. I want you to pretend like we're having that cup of coffee together and we can just shoot the breeze.

So definitely do that. theamazingseller.com/ask. All right guys, that is going to wrap it up.

As always remember, I am here for you, I believe in you and I am rooting for you. But you have to, you have to… Come on say it with me, say it loud, say it proud, “Take action.” Have an awesome, amazing day and I’ll see you right back here on the next episode.

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