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Wealth Builders Summit

Posted in General Management, Life Management, Wealth Builders Summit with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 24, 2010 by Robert Finkelstein

Hello to all my Behind the Scenes blog readers,

As you may have noticed, my updates have slowed down over the last couple of weeks. I apologize for this, but there is a good reason. I am co-producing and promoting my first multi-speaker event…now just 5 days away.

The Wealth Builders Summit
Los Angeles January 29-31, 2010

I’ve also got an insider secret for you…mainly because I created it. If you arrive on Friday before the doors open around 8am, we’re going to give you $100 Wealth Builder BUCKS to use anytime during the 3-day Summit toward the purchase of any speaker’s program. Not a bad incentive to beat the morning traffic. Besides, you DO NOT want to miss our first guest.

This is going to be an amazing, life-changing, empowering, motivating, and wealth building weekend.

Click here: REGISTER TODAY!! I look forward to seeing you there.

The WBS will be held January 29-31 at:

Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel
711 South Hope Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017

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Wealth Builders Summit

Posted in General Management with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 20, 2010 by Robert Finkelstein

Hello to all my Behind the Scenes blog readers,

As you may have noticed, my updates have slowed down over the last couple of weeks. I apologize for this, but there is a good reason. I am co-producing and promoting my first multi-speaker event.

The Wealth Builders Summit
Los Angeles January 29-31, 2010

Here is the Press Release that just went out to the media yesterday:

Jan 19, 2010 19:39 ET
‘Wealth Builders’ Bestows Fortune Upon LA

LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwire – January 19, 2010) – Wealth Builders Global is bringing an A-List ensemble of wealth builders to Los Angeles for a weekend of recession-busting financial enlightenment. The Wealth Builders Summit (www.wealthbuildersevent.com) will present the best of today’s new economy gurus, discussing joint venture strategies, online fortune avenues, personal avatar training and networking opportunities. The event will take place the weekend of January 29 at the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel.

Headlining the three-day seminar are world-renown moguls and entrepreneurs Brian Tracy, Robert G. Allen and Mark Victor Hansen. Brian Tracy, best-selling author of “Psychology of Achievement” and motivational consultant for more than 1,000 companies worldwide, will host lectures on leadership, self-esteem, goals, strategy, creativity and success psychology. Co-creator of the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” publishing franchise, Mark Victor Hansen will guide summit-goers in the art of successful publishing in a lean market, and “Nothing Down” author Robert G. Allen will share his insider tips as a career real estate investor. Meanwhile, Than Merrill, star of A&E’s “Flip This House,” Yale University graduate and former NFL Pro, will impart his new-economy real estate knowledge upon WBS attendees. As founder of CT Homes, LLC, Than successfully built a real estate empire during the recession and has since been sharing his business secrets as a touring speaker.

Also participating are: Stephen Pierce, expert on internet wealth-building; Bill Walsh, marketing expert and international entrepreneur; Aussie Rob, trading guru; Kelly O’Neil, author and marketing-to-the-affluent specialist; Craig Duswalt, creator of “RockStar System for Success”; and several other high-profile business heavyweights.

“As one of the co-producers and promoters of the Wealth Builders Summit, I’m proud to bring to Los Angeles this unprecedented assembly of iconic business entrepreneurs and strategists,” said Robert Finkelstein. “I believe that with the right mindset, attendees who invest themselves in the learnings, mentorships and networking opportunities, can experience a life-changing weekend.”

The Wealth Builders Summit promises to be an invaluable resource for aspiring moguls and successful business-owners alike. Understanding that traditional financial strategies hold little weight in today’s economy, the Wealth Builders Summit delivers advice for the now, presented by business masterminds who built their empires in the most challenging economic climate since the Great Depression.

The WBS will be held January 29-31 at:

Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown Hotel
711 South Hope Street
Los Angeles, CA 90017

Wealth Builders Summit

Posted in General Management with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 8, 2010 by Robert Finkelstein

Hello to all my Behind the Scenes blog readers,

As you may have noticed, my updates have slowed down over the last week or so. I apologize for this, but there is a good reason. I am co-producing and promoting my first multi-speaker event.

The Wealth Builders Summit
Los Angeles January 29-31, 2010

This is an event you cannot miss. The faculty is unprecedented. Mark Victor Hansen, Brian Tracy, Robert Allen and Joel Bauer are just a few of the familiar faces appearing at the Summit. Please take a look at the website and REGISTER TODAY. It will have a dramatic and long-lasting positive impact on your financial future.

Regards,
Robert

How to Get the Most Out of Your Business Card (Part 4)

Posted in General Management, How to Get the Most Out Your Business Card with tags , , , , , , on December 15, 2009 by Robert Finkelstein

I think you get the idea. Just like the American Express slogan says, “Don’t leave home without it.” In this case, I’m referring to your business card. Generally speaking, it’s an inexpensive way to get your name and brand out there, market yourself, stay in front of clients, and quite frankly, look professional.

Here’s Joel Bauer’s take on business cards. Love him or hate him, he’s got his opinions. This comes to you courtesy of Matt Arndt at Turbo Social Media.

4. Think outside the business card box. What are you doing to get noticed…or at least your card? Whether it’s throwing your card into a bowl for a prize drawing, pinning it to a bulletin board, partnering with someone who can get it to the right people, mailing it to a distribution list, leaving it with a tip at a restaurant (if your in that business)…. You get the idea. Joel Bauer’s business card is $4. Yours doesn’t have to be. Most are just pennies each. But if you’re so inclined, perhaps you can have two – the fancy one for important clients/occasions and a less expensive one for others. Just a thought.

Remember, make sure, after a meeting, you jot down some notes on the card you received, so that you’ll remember the conversation later. Don’t write on the card in front of the person, as they might take offense to it. As for your card, you can write additional information on it, before you hand it over, leave it behind or mail it out. This tends to increase the likelihood of it being kept.

So no excuses. Get a business card! Never be in a position to say, “Umm, sorry, I don’t have one.”

If you’re interested in a consultation, for more information, please refer to Behind the Scenes Consulting. If you have questions, please email me at Robert@RobertFinkelstein.com. If you have any comments, please write them below. Thank you.