Are you tired of attending one bad conference after another? Did your last conference experience include dodging stuffy business professionals and weaving through countless irrelevant vendor booths only to discover that the speakers weren’t even worth your time? I know the feeling.
If you can relate to this, I’ve probably met you at one of these conferences. I’ve been to too many that fit this description.
But then something truly awesome happened.
This year, one of the conferences I selected was the Tribe Writers conference hosted by Jeff Goins in Franklin, TN.
What I experienced there truly changed the way I think about the craft of writing and sharing my message.
So, of course, I had to share some of what I took away with you. Because I don’t think anyone should endure one more stodgy conference — life’s too short!
3 Things That Make Tribe Writers Conference A Unique Experience:
- There were 13 speakers and 13 of them were phenomenal — this is the first time I’ve experienced all of the speakers killing it at a conference.
- The Premium ticket (which I had) included many additional bonuses including a special dinner with Jeff and the speakers, 2 mastermind sessions, a VIP lounge that was stocked with adult beverages and a lounge area for networking, extra classes on email marketing and video production tips taught by Tech expert Andy Traub.
- It was actually FUN — mainly because Jeff creates a wonderful and inspiring environment that includes games, interviews with Authors, special drawings, group fundraising challenges, a dance party, and plenty of time for networking that actually felt enjoyable.
Here’s Who Should Attend Tribe Writers Conference:
I’m an author, speaker, and coach and this conference was perfectly suited to help me grow my business. Exponentially.
If you’re a Marketer, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Coach, or someone who has to curate compelling content that engages your audience, then Tribe Writers is the most important conference you can attend all year.
Key Takeaways From A FEW Of My Favorite Speakers:
(With videos so you can see them in action)
Marsha Shandur — Storytelling Coach & Founder/Producer of True Stories, Toronto’s biggest storytelling show.
Ishita Gupta — Speaker, Leadership Coach, and Founder of Fearless Magazine
Create compelling content that engages people by “Making your mess your message”. To do this, you must use your voice. To find your voice, amplify your quirks.
Ishita also warns of what happens when we procrastinate and hold our message inside versus sharing it:
When you’re not doing your work,
when you’re not writing,
when you’re not brave with yourself,
when you want to talk to someone
and you don’t push yourself,
You just feel smaller. You feel like a smaller version of yourself.
— Ishita Gupta
Check out Ishita’s TEDx talk on being Fearless here