Why You Should Go To Offline Events

Just got back from Yanik Silver’s Underground Online Seminar in swampy Washington, D.C.

It certainly was a blast and it’s amazing how many AWESOME people have online businesses…

…Extremely successful online businesses.

I couldn’t believe how many people I saw raise their hands when one of the speakers asked who was making $100,000 per month or more.

I saw at least 40 or 50 hands. Definitely inspiring.

Plus, internet marketers are a different breed of people and if you haven’t gotten out to one of these offline events, you really NEED TO make it a point to go to one.

I’ve met so many super cool and down to earth marketers that make A LOT of money.

And it’s always fun to match the name, email address, or instant messenger username with the actual face of someone you’ve known virtually. (that’s always my favorite)

Not only do you get to meet other like minded people, but you never know who you’re standing next to having a conversation with that can give you a real gem of wisdom and inspiration to take your business to the next level.

I encourage you to do whatever you have to do to get out to one of these events.

Go to one and you will realize with your very own eyes that


I’ll let you know next time I go to one for sure so we can hopefully meet in person.

All the best,

Jason Dinner

P.S. If you want something to click on, feel free to become a fan of mine on Facebook…

2 thoughts on “Why You Should Go To Offline Events

  1. Rich

    Thanks for the video jason, but don,t you have to acheive some measure of online successs to go to these events to fit in?


  2. Jason


    Not at all. You just need to show up and be yourself.

    Showing up is half the battle.

    The people you see as “Gurus” are no different than you other than they have more experience than you at the current moment.

    You would be surprised how many people with even less experience than you go to these events.

    It’s a great eye opener for all levels of success because there is always someone doing better than you who you can relate to and learn something from.

    – Jason


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