Sounds good doesn’t it, however I have to confess I wasn’t there for a meal with them or anything like that, although it would have been great!
When I saw on Google Plus that Ray was coming over to London to do a one night generic network marketing training, and as I live within half an hour of central London, I thought I would be mad to miss this opportunity to meet them both.
A few years ago I was involved with My Lead System Pro, and Ray was my sponsor so I’ve been following his training for quite a while and now just how valuable it is, for anyone willing to learn and take action, that is.
In fact I have even purchased a couple of his motivational products in the past and listen to them to this day. So last Tuesday evening I took myself up to London and clutching my ticket went to the event at the Rubens Hotel, only a stone’s throw from Buckingham Palace.
I shook Rays hand and had a few words with him, and spoke with Jessica, as well as meeting some friends and colleagues who are very much into both network marketing and on line marketing generally.
This Is Why Live Events Are So Important.
Ray trained on how to actually recruit people into your network marketing business, which was really valuable information, even if your are more of an affiliate marketer. All very valuable stuff, and to be honest most of it I had heard before on Ray’s earlier webinars. But when I listen to Ray, in the same room and only a couple of feet away, it all took on such a new meaning and really made a lot more sense.
I met our good friends Chris and Susan Beesley and some of the advice that Susan gave me was worth just as much as anything else I learned that night. It is the little nuggets, the missing pieces, that sometimes are all we need to propel us to a new level.
Also if you want to be successful, or even more successful, then it is always good to hang around the folk who are already walking the walk and talking the talk.
What I learned from Ray and Jessica I will be sharing here in future press releases, in the meantime let me know your thoughts on going to live events. Do you think they are worth the effort?