I love traveling for business. But you would probably expect that of someone who has worked in the performing arts and wine industries. For me, business trips typically involved great food, great wine, great art (all of which, of course, was “work.”)
Well, this week, I'm heading out for a different kind of business trip. But it's one that I'm looking forward to just as much as I would a week in Alsace or Mendoza. This week I'm heading to my very first NAMS Workshop. If you are in driving distance of Atlanta, I hope you'll join me.
But if you aren't close, aren't available, or simply don't have the budget to spend on the $397 for the event, $500 for the airplane ticket, and $400 for your hotel room, then you might want to consider this:
The NAMS Workshop will cover 4 tracks of hands-on-training simultaneously. Here's the schedule, so you can see for yourself. Now there's no way that I can be in four places at once, so if I want to know what I might be missing form a training in an adjacent room, the NAMS folks have got me covered… they offer a full replay of EVERYTHING that happens over the course of the entire workshop.
But it's not exclusively available to me. You can get it too. And, between now and March 19, it's available to you for a ridiculously low investment of $77 (the price start creeping up starting on March 20, and will eventually land at a much higher price).
So if you'd like to “join” me on the journey to Atlanta – virtually, be sure to secure your copy of the NAMS 13 Workshop Replays now.