Recap Of The Freedom Summit.
Today I want to tell you about what happened at the summit I was a speaker at. I learned many things and would like to share my takeaways with you.
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It was the event today. And waking up in the morning was a challenge. I went to bed really late and woke up really early. I decided to go in the beginning, just out of respect to make sure I was there early.
It was actually pretty cool. You know, I met a lot of the attendees. Other pretty cool people who were very enthusiastic about the subject. And one thing I always make sure to tell the attendees when we have one on one conversations and stuff, is that this is the only reason why I'm on stage, and they are not on stage. Because I've made more mistakes than they have.
So it's not like I'm some sort of genius or something. I've just been longer at it than them, making mistakes. And my role is to tell them what I learned from these mistakes and stuff. And I usually tell them, well, you're not on stage yet. Because I want them to understand this
If they keep working on this, they have a desire to learn and stuff like that, they will make it. And that position on stage is not inaccessible because whoever the speaker is, there was one day where that person wasn't an expert in whatever field it is that they're teaching you today.
One day they were just a beginner. So did it mean that they will never, ever be able to do it? No, it didn't mean that. It's just that they hadn't done it yet and they didn't have that past experience. So it's one thing that I always make sure to tell attendees or delegates, because I think it's important. I don't want that separation and that distance of, oh, look at him is such a big expert and stuff.
Recap Of The Freedom Summit
So my presentation was good. People liked it. It was super punchy and did the vibe. So yeah, it's always pleasant when people seem to be enthusiastic. And I was telling them about the difference between me and some of the other speakers. Because, you know, as I think I said in a podcast recently is, you know, even though you're doing the same thing, you will go at it completely differently.
And that was the case here as well. I mean, there are some speakers there. They're like, oh, man, I don't know how much they make or whatever, but. They will use models that are completely, completely different from mine.
So it's fascinating how, even though we're both working online and we have a course or something like that, you know, some people are still doing that coaching where I'm not. And some people are public speakers. So a public speaker. I mean, public speakers make quite a lot of money.
Some of these people are so passionate. They like to go and interact with people the whole day and hold people by the hand and stuff like that. It's not something that I necessarily want in my model, not because I don't like people, but it's because that takes away from my personal time.
So it was it was just fascinating to see, you know, even though we're still we're all going in the same direction and we all agree on the fact that your mind-set is crucial. You need to have the right mind-set because that's where everything lives. We go at it completely differently.
So there were some really interesting speakers and, you know, people with interesting lives. And that's one thing that I told the audience as well, is that, you know, each and everybody has a story, whether you realize it or not, you do have a story.
And someone could relate to that story. So it was a fascinating event. I made friends with one speaker that I thought was a really interesting guy. So I'm looking forward to going to maybe spend a little bit of time with him.