I mentioned this in passing last week after my interview with Shoemoney – but today we’re officially announcing the next Elite Retreat San Francisco which will run between 19-20 March.
I’ll be one of the leaders/speakers on this 30 seat conference and I’m really excited about it.
Other Speakers are Jeremy Schoemaker (aka Shoemoney and Mr six figure earning in a month), Lee Dodd (aka $222,718 man and forums/social networking expert), Aaron Wall (aka SEO Book author), Neil Patel (marketing consultant) and Kris Jones (aka online media expert).
The last time Jeremy and Lee put on Elite Retreat I was quite jealous of those attending and wished I had the time to get along as an attendee. The idea of spending two days with 5 or 6 experienced and successful webmasters was something I thought was worth the expense (and no – it’s not cheap).
So when Lee asked me if I’d consider being involved in the next Elite Retreat I jumped at the opportunity. The fact that I’d be in the US with my family at that time anyway was a bonus and made it possible.
Before I said yes I asked a few of last year’s attendees what they thought about the event and they gave me some very positive feedback. Some said they are coming back with friends.
What I love about the concept is that it’s not just one person talking at the front of the room but that many of the sessions are interactive and based upon the needs and experiences of attendees. There’s also plenty of one on one interaction with leaders.
So what do you get for your money?
- a 1:5 ratio with speakers (very intimate)
- 2 days of teaching, conversations and working through YOUR online business ideas
- an Apple iPod Nano (with lots of content pre-loaded)
- no sales pitches from any speakers allowed
- one on one coaching calls with each leader after the retreat
- access to a private forum for ongoing networking and collaboration
Apply to come along here – it’s a hand selection process (ie not first in best dressed) so put a little time into your answers as our aim is to put together a great team of attendees, not just leaders.