What’s The First League of
Extraordinary Minds Panel Like?
First Extraordinary Minds Panel of seven plus Jay Abraham and Rich Schefren really pulled it off. Hours of lively and captivating discussion on a twofold topic:
Getting Customers To Choose You Over Everyone Else,
Leveraging Credibility, Believability and Trust In Everything You Do.
Jay Abraham and Rich Schefren were taking turns in asking the panelists probing questions making it very interesting and engaging.
I must admit that I didn’t know much if anything about the staring participants in the session discussion aside from Rich and Jay except that they were recognized experts and capacities in what they do.
You can test your own familiarity (or not) with these outstanding individuals.
The 7 Panelists Revealed
Jack Trout – recognized world’s foremost marketing strategist who writes as well, his latest book is In Search of the Obvious,
Joseph Jaffe – author of “Life After the 30-second Spot” and the older and well known book Join the Conversation,
Kevin Hogan – the persuasion and body language expert and the author of a remarkable book “Psychology of Persuasion”,
Michael Bosworth – author of “Customer Centric Selling”,
Russell Granger – wrote “7 Triggers to YES: The New Science Influencing People’s Decisions”,
Bert Decker – of Decker Communications and the author of a very remarkable book “You’ve Got To Be Believed To Be Heard”
and to crown it all
Stephen M.R. Covey – trainer, consultant and “The Speed of Trust” author.
What To Do Now?
While it would be a lot of fun to share with you everything that happened during the first panel session it would just take too long for me to write and for you to read it.
I doubt that I could do it justice in writing. Hearing it live is just something else. I highly recommend that you to take the free trial offer which will allow you to attend the next several sessions of the League of Extraordinary Minds and see for yourself if you’d want to continue with the paid program.
You may already know that I’m no fan of following the crowd. But there is something to be said about the fact that more than 27,000 business minded people have already joined the League.
The first extraordinary minds panel was only a small foretaste of what is yet to come. Why miss on something so obviously beneficial, why not glean some wisdom now without having to pay for it?
Take the plunge to profit from extraordinary minds. You may be one too.
Rich Schefren & Jay Abraham will do all they can to make that a reality.
In case you’re not fully aware of who the above panelists are,
you can check on some of them by clicking on their names here:
Jack Trout, Joseph Jaffe, Kevin Hogan, Michael Bosworth, Bert Decker,
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14 thoughts on “First Extraordinary Minds Panel, Jay Abraham, Rich Schefren”
I signed up as an affiliate and it’s probably well worth watching but I’ve decided to quit attending these seminars until I start making some money.
I’ll be watching David Walker’s course, finishing the ones I haven’t watched of Alex’s and Rob’s then I’m shutting the course taking down.
I’ve benefited from what I’ve watched but I’ve also been thrown away off the path I intended to take online. Time to get back on track.
.-= Rod Macbeth´s last blog ..Why Intelligent People Fail =-.
November 6th, 2009 at 10:41 pm
I can see your point. Especially if time is a problem. There is no question in my mind that attending these webinars is extremely valuable.
But if it takes time from what you want to be doing right now then it may be better to stop attending them.
It makes sense to do what makes you money first. I hope that you can get back on track fast and then you may be more inclined to delve into the extraordinary minds again.
I too am reviewing the courses I’ve already taken and will have a look at what David Walker’s course is like.
Taking action on what we’ve learned is the most important thing and sometimes it means having to make the decision to stop learning so much and start doing.
I hadn’t heard of any of that panel before either, but that’s because they are from many different fields that I’m not really aware of.
But they certainly know their stuff, and Rich & Jay definitely know the right questions to ask.
Now going into your discussion with Rod, I totally agree with you Vance.
Taking action on what we are learning is certainly the important part… If that means taking a break from webinars for a while, in order to start taking action, sticking to our plan, and making some money, then that is what we should do.
I hope you are taking your own advice and have started taking some action?.. From what you’ve said it sounds like you have. 😉
.-= Paul Lear´s last blog ..FREE Traffic Tactics Interview with Lee McIntyre !! =-.
November 8th, 2009 at 8:25 pm
Yes, I’m taking my own advice and it is quite painful.
The reason is that I would really love to see all the seminars that are constantly coming on stream but that would take up all my time and I still wouldn’t be able to see all of them.
I will stick with the League of Extraordinary Minds but have decided to stop subscribing to the Founders Club. A lot of great stuff there but time is at a premium and right now it will be better for me to take action on what I already know works.
I feel like even if I stopped all academic learning and just act on what I’ve learned already I’d sill not have enough time to do as much as I feel needs to be done.
The key is balance. Some days I just work ridiculously long hours at the expense of sleep and that of course is defeating the purpose.
The next day my productivity suffers.
Well, as long as we keep getting better and aware of the areas that need improvement, I think we’ll do OK.
I too have decided to stop buying any more courses etc. as I now feel i’ve completey lost my focus. I’ve decided to give Dave Walkers Webinar a go simply because in my opinion his stuff s of such a high quality, but apart form his course, no more for the time being. The Extraordinary minds sounds good, just wish I had the time for all this stuff.
Also my “old life” as a programmer keeps pulling me back, and until I can start making significant income from internet marketing, I don’t think I can justify spending anymore money on new products.
Give us a call on Skype sometime buddy,
.-= Rob´s last blog ..Infinite Underpants! =-.
November 9th, 2009 at 11:41 am
It seems that a lot of us are on the same page, trying to refocus. Information overload is what is creeping into our lives.
I think that we’ll sort it out and hopefully soon. There is simply too much information out there that is valuable but no single individual can process it all.
It is much better to choose only as much as we can digest and act on that. Time has no mercy and just keeps on ticking.
I’ll give you a call on Skype sometime, thanks for commenting.
sounds good and I have joined up myself
However since the start of the year I have been trying to hard on the learning side and now its time for the doing side.
like Lee Mcintyre says if your going to fail thats okay , but… fail fast and move on
so all my learning is on hold for a bit, well! except for Davids webinar tonight ,
I had a few pints with him at Lees event, hes a great lad, young eager and willing to show all he knows
.-= michael f allon´s last blog ..Qualities Of A Successful Blogger =-.
November 12th, 2009 at 10:32 am
Thanks for commenting. The question of time seems to be a recurring theme with a lot of people. We are very eager to learn and spend so much time learning that there is not enough time for implementing it.
Taking a pause and concentrating more on the doing side is the way to go. I was going to join David’s webinar too but now I see that I’d better concentrate on what I need to do more. I may watch one or two of his webinars but even though it’s tempting like almost everything else it will do no good unless implemented.
I’ll stick with the Extraordinary Minds for the next few weeks at least and then I’ll reevaluate again.
Jumping from one thing to another and implementing very little of anything is proven not to work. It may be OK to do it for a while to get an idea of what is out there but the results are near zero.
Sounds as if it was quite interesting.I joined but as most of these seminars are US time and middle of the night here I rely on recordings.
I am of the same mind as the previous commentators now.
It is way past the time for me to really get focussed and produce for myself rather than watching other people doing it!
BTW your blog is looking really good now!
.-= Dave Whittle´s last blog ..WordPress Security Problem – Update And Backup! =-.
November 15th, 2009 at 11:28 am
It’s so nice to hear from you again. I know what it’s like to cope with deferent time zones. Having the recordings is good.
As for producing for yourself I could say exactly the same thing about me. I need to do more of that. Watching others doing it is good too as long as what is learned is applied.
For me the hardest part is to start on a project. What usually holds me back is the belief that I don’t have all the information needed and also not having all the tools.
The key is to keep moving forward even if it’s by minute steps.
Thanks for noticing the new look of my blog. I meant to improve it for some time and finally yesterday I did it.
It seems everyone is hitting the same road block.
Whilst all this information is surely valuable, it takes up so much time and distracts you from your own plan and your own goals.
Keep in touch,
.-= John Tanner´s last blog ..How I Created My First Product – Send2Kunaki.Com =-.
November 16th, 2009 at 1:29 pm
Yes, it seems that a lot of people are hitting the same road blog of having too much information and not being able to process it fast enough to take action with it.
It may also be though that the distractions are more inside of our mind. What I mean is that listening for two hours to great minds after taking action on our plan may not necessarily be taking us away from it. Perhaps when we don’t take action daily as we should on a regular basis we then see the 2 hours every 7 to 10 days as a big loss of time.
At least for me it is sometimes that way. I can waste time reading e-mails, browsing etc. instead of taking action and then I may resent the 2 hours the listening to the great minds may take.
Everybody’s situation is different and I’m not saying that you don’t devote all of your available time to taking action.
What I said above does apply to me and I know that if I spend my time effectively the time necessary to pay attention to the extraordinary minds can be a very profitable relaxing time that injects more energy into the execution of my plans.
And most times it does.
I feel like even if I stopped all academic learning and just act on what I’ve learned already I’d sill not have enough time to do as much as I feel needs to be done
January 13th, 2012 at 4:02 pm
Your comment is expressing a feeling that a lot of people share. It helps to realize that nobody can do everything they feel they want to and need to do at once. Do the thing that you assign top priority to first. As you do it forget about the other things until you’ve completed it. Then move to the next one.
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