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Java + Being Clientcentric And Gigcentric


Here’s an e-mail that I sent to Laura on Tuesday morning right after my 8am EST Removing Your Roadblocks To Success Power Point presentation to Pro-Seminars in Kitchener, ON.

Dear Laura,

The presentation was a hit! Investing 2 ½ hours last night was really worth it as I added a number of new Power Point Slides that I had developed for last Saturday’s presentation for The Cumis Group … reworking the entire presentation.

Two members of the audience requested a conversation about becoming a client.

Five members of the audience purchased the Removing Your Roadblocks To Success Power Point E-Book & PDF Power Point Presentation.

The additional win was that three members of the audience who are decisions makers came forward asking me to speak at their;

• Pension Fund Company
• MGA Firm with offices right across Canada
• Financial Planning Company

This brings my attention to being both Clientcentric and Gigcentric as the audience holds many speaking opportunities!

Oh yeah. One more thing. As you know I quit drinking coffee. At the same time, I find that when I am on the road and speak at 8am EST which is 5am PST, which means getting up at 2:30am Pacific Time, my body feels like it is dragging in the morning in front of the audience. I noticed this when I presented to The Cumis Group on Saturday for 2 ½ hours.

Solution, a half a cup of Java!

Thank you for all of your help with taking care of our clients and keeping things working while I am on the road.



P.S. I am so looking forward to being home on Wednesday evening.