Self-growth seminars, have you been? Around May, I went to my first self-growth training which was led by the wunderkind Jonathan Budd. This was my first self-growth training and I was unsure of what to expect. Thankfully, the training did surpass my expectations and I still have some lessons from it which I continue to use in my day-to-day life.
If you've been to a self-growth training, you're probably familiar with what happens at such events. If, however, you missed out on the latest self-growth seminar or if you'd like to attend one in the future, here are some suggestions of making the best of your seminar experience:
1. Rest up ahead of time. Seminars are not for the faint-of-heart. Trainings can last from 12-14 hours a day. There are breaks and the time usually goes by fast. Nonetheless, get your sleep before attending a seminar so you can maintain your energy.
2. Bring water, pens and paper, business cards. You probably already know this one.
3. As best as you can, clean your home/bedroom/office before leaving. Ah, this is an ideal one...and one which I didn't fully achieve so I understand if this tip is a "challenge." Credit goes to coach and speaker Jim Bunch who shared this tip as part of Jonathan Budd's Unstoppable Entrepreneur training.
4. Take what you can from the training and adapt it to your life. Originally, when I attended the Millionaire Mind training, there were about 6 new daily habits which I enthusiastically did for the first week. Around week 2, though, my 6 habits began to feel like too much so I gradually trimmed it down to just one--reading my wealth affirmations.. Do what's manageable and doable. Appreciate that you invested the time and possibly money to attend the training.
How about for you? What trainings have you attended or would you like to attend? How did the training affect your personal life or business?