Join us in San Francisco on March 28. Bring your planned (or existing) offering with you. By the end of the day you’ll have a tight, compelling, low-labor workshop or related session which will drive repeat and expanded business.
The best thing since cold beer? Sliced bread? No, better than that. Participants from around the world (to date 19 countries) flock to this dramatic growth event for experts, entrepreneurs, consultants, and coaches.
My book Getting Started in Consulting will be released in April in edition four. For the first time, I’m offering a teleconference to review how to launch or reinvigorate a practice in the services professions.
I haven’t run this in several years, and then only twice in the US and once in London, once in Sydney. It’s occurred to me that I now know additional and faster ways to reach seven figures, having helped hundreds of people to get there.
So I’m reviving and revitalizing the experience.
In our ninth year my intent again is to bring global present and aspiring thought leaders into an intimate atmosphere of growth and renewal. Besides my personal role in driving the session, I’ll again have an iconic, special guest who will join us for dinner and a 90-minute free-for-all.
This is an all-new version of my 14-year famed Consulting College. It is three days in length with an intimate group and plenty of “air time” for everyone. And it’s in one of the great properties in the United States.
We are inviting a dozen people who are solo practitioners or small firm owners in the professional services space, who make a minimum of seven figures annually, for a three-day meeting at a very high-end resort. We will exchange marketing ideas, collaborate on leads, mutually solve business problems, examine maximization of profit, and also have access to great golf, tennis, scuba diving, etc.