My guide for how I survive serving on the event crew at an energy-intense 50-hour immersion event.
Few people are willing to take a day off after a seminar, conference, or other live event to process thoughts and insights. There’s an opportunity cost involved, but if you’re willing to do this it will pay you dividends beyond money.
When we have had a great experience with something, we naturally want to share that experience with others. Sometimes the outcome we want for others is the hardest to let go.
So much of personal and spiritual development work tells us to banish the feeling of being “not enough.” But is good enough ever really good enough?
Rapid changes in technology and consumer behavior often disrupt once solid businesses. How can you prevent your business from being disrupted?
Since November 2010, I have attended 3 of Tony Robbins’ events as a participant and served on the event crew for his events 10 times. In that time, Tony Robbins has taught me many important lessons. One lesson stands out as perhaps the most important — and it wasn’t even something he said.
Many people assume I volunteer at Tony Robbins’ events to attend the event for free, but that’s not it. Here’s what I get from my time and effort.