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Do You Get Your Money’s Worth at Free Events?

Jeffrey Slayter - March 29, 2020 - 0 comments

So you go to free events… and you get pissed off when they offer you a way to work together.

I’ve been doing free events for over 7 years. Some people work with me and some people don’t.

There are people who just make a thing of going to free events and get upset when there’s a sales pitch.

If this is you… here’s the good news.

Hopefully one day you’ll wake up to the fact that essentially it’s your perception of the value of your own service or product and you’ll start to invest in yourself and leave behind your limited mindset that everything should be free.

Are you basically saying you should give your stuff away for free for the rest of your life? How do you expect to sustain yourself doing that?

I hate to break it to you but we’re not there yet. Mortgages need to be paid, your car needs fuel and you need food on your plate.

The truth is that money is just an amplifier. When you develop the courage to invest in yourself and burn the idea that everything should be free, you’ll discover something new on the other side of it.

What you’ll discover is the value in yourself and your relationship to what you bring to this world.

How many more free events are you going to waste my time in? Or other people’s? But most of all your own?

Yes, I offer free events and some people get immense value out of them and never continue to work with me. Yet the ones who do… tend to have far different results from the people who don’t.

The choice is yours.

I make these events free so I can give first and I also have the opportunity to get to know you. Essentially it’s an interview process. I’m just looking for my people and weeding out the tyre kickers.

Potentially discover the courage to be seen and heard in the world.

Take care,





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