Friday, June 27, 2008

Special Editions - Part One

Thank you, all, for your feedback on programming.

We have added two special SMB Conference Calls to the agenda.

I have tried to keep the conference call to the first and third Wednesdays of the month.

But for July we're going to add another Wednesday at the regular time - 9AM on July 9th.

It is important to hear from Amy Luby because the MSP Revolution Conference is different from any other national conference this year. It really is a bootcamp. Erick Simpson will be teaching some classes. I will be teaching some classes. The weekend will be an extended step-by-step guide to rebuilding your business from the ground up.

As people worry about interest rates, mortgage fallout, inflation, and longer sales cycles, there's no better time to take stock of your business and determine what you should be doing in the years ahead.

Join Amy Luby and me as we explore what's ahead for SMB Consultants.

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We're also adding a Special Edition show on Thursday, July 24th at 4 PM Pacific / 7 PM Eastern / 9AM Sidney / 00:00 GMT.

With apologies to the folks in the UK and Europe, we needed to find a compromise time when both Mathew Dickerson and I will be awake, alert, and enthusiastic.

Mathew is the author of SLAM: Service Level Agreement Model, which has become a very popular book. With essentially zero advertising, this book is flying off the shelves.

We'll talk about the SLAM model, and what makes it different from other options that are out there.

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We'll add another Australian-focused special edition if this one goes over well.

Again, thanks to everyone who jumped in with suggestions. Now please commit to listening to these broadcasts!

You can always find the latest info at the SMB Conference Call page.

I'll be posting a complete, updated calendar of events for the rest of the year in my weekly SMB email on Monday. You can subscribe to that between now and Monday at the Great Little Book website.

In the meantime, have a great weekend.

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