The NAC is a huge event that draws up to 5,000 people in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, and Auckland.
Think of NAC as a relationship event and not a revenue event.
It’s easy to be frustrated and overwhelmed while waiting for the speaker you want to speak onstage. But make the most out of your money by listening to everyone and picking up useful nuggets of information from them along the way.
Check out their social media, so you’ll know what they’re up to.
Try not to be upset when they offer or sell you things. You can decide whether to buy from them or not.
There’s barely any difference between you and Gary Vee and Grant Cardone. At the end of the day, they’re regular people just like you.
The difference? They have abnormal thinking, followed by abnormal actions. They think differently, and they work hard.
They have big goals and big aspirations.
They reminded me of things I already knew, but listening to them pushed me to start taking action.
There are two avenues: building relationships and building revenue.
Get in front of people. You need exposure—tell them about your business.
If more people know about you, then more of them will flow into your business.
In return, you make sales with each of them. All of these brought together equates to tremendous revenues.
How can I get in front of more people?
How can I build relationships with more people?
How can I generate revenue from more people?
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