Big Seminar 14, created and run by Armand Morin, will be the last Big Seminar ever. This may not mean much to you, but for me it will mean the end of an event that changed my life completely. This was the first Internet marketing seminar, and people have traveled from around the world since the original event was held in Dallas in January of 2003. I did not even know you could have a business online at that time, so it has been a long journey for me.
The first time I attended this event was in April of 2008. This was Big Seminar 11. I had known about it for about a year, but had wanted to wait until I had figured out just a few things for myself before joining more advanced people for three full days of training. This time it was held in Atlanta, so I arrived a few days early to spend time with my family members who live there.
I like to spend some time the evening before a seminar getting to know some of the attendees. This was a good idea, because I ended up meeting a couple of people am still doing business with online. I was also able to see just how Armand Morin and his staff prepared for a huge event such as this. They were friendly and warm, making me feel like I had made the right decision to attend. It isn’t easy to come to a seminar in another state, and the cost of airfare, hotel rooms, and other travel expenses must be taken into consideration. Food was not going to be a factor, because it is provided at the Big Seminar. No one else does that, at least not to the extent that this is done.
The next few days were incredible for me. I took copious notes, met new people, and made some realizations about myself that would change how I did business on the Internet forever. At the end of the event I was given the opportunity to continue studying from Armand and his group, and I jumped at the chance.
In November of 2009 I attended Big Seminar 13. This time I was a very different person than I had been back in 2008. I was also a finalist in the ‘Better Your Best’ contest, a personal best competition among the people who study with Armand Morin and his group. We each had to make a presentation in front of the audience, based on what we had accomplished during the previous year. I worked hard to better my best, and I ended up being the winner. My prize was 25 thousand dollars, and the job of being an ambassador for the group for the next 12 months. I take this very seriously.
I hold my own training the day before Big Seminar, so I hope you will plan on joining me there. It will be in Las Vegas the first weekend in November. Last time my training, affectionately known as ‘Little Big’, included guest speakers such as Pat O’Bryan and Raymond Aaaron, as well as Armand himself. This year I have even bigger surprises in store for my group, so get on the priority list now to be included in the last Big Seminar event and training.