BOSS 2010 was incredible. Definitely one of the top online business event I’ve ever attended and spoken for. (Yes, I know I am breaking some sacred rule of grammar by ending a sentence with “for.” But I do not know what the rule is and I will attempt to break many ruled in the following paragraphs!)
First, HUGE thank you to Carrie Wilkerson. She asked about doing an auction for 100X Missions at the event and said we’ll raise at least $10,000.
Of course I was thrilled and had some doubts.
Well, $10K was not raised – over $57,000 was raised!!!!
That is so humbling and amazing!
100% goes to the children. All 100X overhead is covered from businesses, so individual gifts are protection from being diluted.
Second, thanks to all the attendees who gave and made it possible. The folks at BOSS are the best. There is a different spirit and expectation at this event. People came ready to learn, to work and to give.
It was an honor to get to meet so many who have been part of my training programs and email training through the years. You guys know I think it’s easier to speak to 10,000 than to speak one-on-one. Thanks for stretching me!!
Thanks to all the speakers:
Zig Ziglar shared from his 83 years of wisdom. “You can have everything in life you want if you just help enough other people get what they want.”
When walking down the hall to meet Zig a huge wave of emotion hit me. I’ve been learning from him since I was a teenager. His training has impacted my life more than any one else (outside of God’s Word). Sharing the stage with him was a deep honor, an unforgettable memory and it challenged me to continue giving my best to serve you.
Paul Martinelli challenged us to live our dreams and not hold back.
Bryan Binkholder showed us how to generate leads using radio. Plus the guy is funny!
Joel Comm had a great multi-media presentation on creativity and forgetting the box altogether.
David Ring made it clear, “I have cerebral palsy. What’s your problem?!” You know, most people spend too much time whining, complaining and creating excuses for their failure. Listen – that’s a stupid waste of life.
Carrie Wilkerson – event founder – challenged us all the way through. From list building to business building. She’s a dynamo who says, “I’ll sleep after I die; there’s too much to do while I’m alive!”