Networking can be a very rewarding experience for business people in all sectors, and particularly in sales and marketing. Seminars are a great networking opportunity. They provide the chance to meet people in the same business as yours, and discuss their methodology and best practise. They may also have guest speakers who can talk about the success they’ve achieved and how it can be emulated. Here, Justin Cobb looks at London’s ‘Millionaire Mind Intensive UK’ seminar.
“Being successful in business and in life comes down, in a large part, to a state of mind”, said self made entrepreneur Justin Cobb. “That’s the starting point of the Millionaire Mind seminar, and it’s something that I very much believe in”.
The Millionaire Mindset Intensive UK seminar takes place over three days at the end of October, at London’s Earls Court exhibition centre. It’s centred upon the lessons contained in the bestselling book of the same name by T. Harv Eker. Business leaders and successful entrepreneurs will address the delegates and talk about how they can accelerate their wealth, understand and change their attitudes towards money, and master the world’s most effective money management system. Delegates will learn how to find their financial freedom figure, and then put into place plans that will help them achieve it.
Another event that Justin Cobb recommends is the seminars given by the Wolf of Wall Street himself, Mr Jordan Belfort. We all know the story contained in the film, but his events gives attendees the chance to meet the man in person, and hear his real story. He will reveal the 8 skills that can lead to business, personal, and entrepreneurial success.
“Like so many others, I watched and greatly admired the film. While it was fantastic entertainment, it couldn’t be said to be a business blueprint. His personal talk will be something altogether different”, says Justin Cobb. “I believe in continual improvement, that’s why I take every opportunity to attend talks, seminars and business meetings. I urge every entrepreneur to do the same.”