As a certified member of the John Maxwell Team, I often get the privilege of being sent an advance notice to register for some of John’s teaching videos or webcasts. This week is no exception. In approximately 8 days, John will be debuting his latest book, Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn through a free webcast event.
In the webcast, John will be discussing about some of his teachings in the book along with Dave Ramsey and Nick Vujicic, two names that some of you no doubt are familiar with. If you are like me and you have read some of John’s books, then you wouldn’t want to miss this event. John first mentioned about this book when I met him earlier this year. This book’s main ideas, he revealed, came from a very popular book that he also wrote few years ago, titled Failing Forward. John’s humility is already shown very clearly in the first book as he lays out his failures as well as all the stupid things (Yes, he did say that!) he has done previously. To me, it empowers me to no end hearing about such stories and I am glad because he is willing to share. The second book will tell even more failure stories, as he claimed to have “grown” in his ‘level of stupidity’. I am really excited to watch them as I have considered both John and Nick my personal mentors.
Here are a few reasons why you should attend this webcast:
- It’s free
- You will learn some of life’s greatest lessons from three of the greatest names in the industry.
- You will come out of this webcasts with a new perspective in dealing with your failures.
What are you waiting for? With all the benefits you will be getting, as well as not having to pay for almost everything, I don’t see why you wouldn’t hit the Register button now. You will get to spend an entire 90 minutes listening to these great men going all out to serve you and inspire you! I have attended plenty of online webcasts, but none are of a greater scale than these. You probably won’t be able to see these three sharing the same stage again for the next few years.
This event will be held on the 10th October 2013 at 4 PM and 9PM EDT. You can watch the webcast on any computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone. You can sign up to the webcast for free here.