On January 15-17, 20,000 people will descend on the city of Orlando for our company’s international convention called United. It’s a major training event and a chance to meet a lot of overseas people in the company. An amazing cast of the company’s top earners (with 7-figure incomes) will administer world-class training. They’ll share their stories and what techniques are working for them. Attendees who are brand new will get an introduction to the company. Those of us who are more seasoned will feel recharged and enjoy the opportunity to network with others from both the US and international markets. The event’s closing party is at Epcot Center, which will be closed to the general public and just open for us. It’s the perfect venue, because the conference is about uniting the international community that composes the company.
Big decisions are made at big events, because a lot of the leaders are there putting their heads together to make big changes. I encourage the leaders of my team to go to these big events so they’ll get a sense of the bigger picture. I’m proud to say that three hundred people from my team will attend the conference.
I will be staying with five of them, including Joel Bloomquist and Shequita Bennet, in a three-bedroom, three-bath condo at the Vista Cay Resort for three days before the event and one day after. We plan to go to Universal Studios and I’m also looking forward to a visit from my friend, Tia Heck, and her daughter, Saren, who may come from Melbourne, Florida to hang out for a day.
If you’d like to know more about the company that not only offers such great training, but seems to be taking over the world, contact me.