Day 1 of The Continuity Summit

Posted on 15. May, 2009 by in Fitness Boot Camp Marketing, Fitness Marketing Systems, Personal Trainer Sales Systems

This event is absolutely nuts!

I’m having a blast hanging out with Kaiser and helping Ryan out with the event.

Everyone here is extremely nice – I almost feel like a VIP like I’m fitting in already, which is kind of crazy..

It’s very hard to consider this weekend work in the traditional sense, but since there’s money involved, I guess you’d have to call it that. Anyway, here are a few more video updates – With the videos, we’re trying to get you the more exclusive, behind-the-scenes type of stuff so that you can get a true feel for what actually goes on in these events during the times between speakers (which I’ve learned is actually the most valuable time).

Check out the footage below..

Here’s Joel Marion, who’s brining back the e-book as a way to make serious money in fitness:

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Alex Moroko talks about how anyone in fitness can easily make a product:

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You’re in for a special treat with Kaiser and world famous author Mark Victor Hanson. (Watch Mark punk Kaiser at the end!)

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We met this 20 year old genius marketer at the bar Friday night – hilarious:

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And this was only Friday!

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3 Comments

Michael Duivis

17. May, 2009

Yeah the time in between the speakers is definitely most valuable. You guys are getting some great interviews in here.

Kaiser

18. May, 2009

You’re right man – it’s the networking that’s the best part – that was kind of a theme that ran through the entire event – the importance of networking and relationships with your colleagues and your customers – I’m working on a kind of recap post to the whole thing right now ..

Yavor Marichkov

18. May, 2009

That’s just crazy – such events make the stuff we read about online real. This is the real POWER of a summit or a conference.

Sure – the information is valuable. But meeting the people – priceless…

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