Only 1 seat left for London 4-Man Intensive +Note important change

PerryMarketing Blog

Share This Post

I’m doing a 2-day 4-Man Intensive in London, 2 weeks from now. June 26-27-28, 2012.

The event sold out very fast. At the prodding of my sales staff, I expanded the 2-day 4-Man Intensive to a 3-day 6-Man Intensive. Each person gets a half-day hot-seat. You’ll witness six businesses getting taken apart and put back together.

Never done this before, may never again.

Seat #5 is sold now too. Only Seat #6 is left. Price is £4838 British Pounds.

Once that seat gets sold, there’s a 2nd option which YOU should seriously consider: an Observer Seat.

You can come and watch the whole thing – you get to fully participate, you just don’t get your own hot seat. You’ll sure learn a lot from the others. Cost is £1935 British Pounds.

"So many options for growing my business, but what should I do NOW?" Tell me your most pressing business problems and I'll show you your BEST next step.

Most of the time, that amount of dinero would get you a seminar in some windowless hotel meeting room where you listen to talking heads, watch power points and get pitched for 2 days.

Here, it gets you in a conference room, watching live action with real businesses with real people, totally un-scripted, asking questions, interaction, loving the thrill of adventure.

You cannot possibly predict what you will learn and discover, what ideas it will fire off in your head. All I can promise is that it will tremendously widen your horizons, and it will be an exhilarating, intense experience.

Scoop up the last remaining seat RIGHT NOW at http://www.perrymarshall.com/london/ or call Matthew Gillogly at +1-704-389-0165.

Seize the Day!

Perry Marshall

Share This Post

About the Author

Perry Marshall has launched two revolutions in sales and marketing. In Pay-Per-Click advertising, he pioneered best practices and wrote the world's best selling book on Google advertising. And he's driven the 80/20 Principle deeper than any other author, creating a new movement in business.

He is referenced across the Internet and by Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, INC and Forbes Magazine.