Business travel is so bad, these days, I’d rather have a root canal.
I’m dreading going through security tomorrow morning at the Milwaukee airport because of the new security restrictions.
But I wouldn’t miss this business trip for anything. I’m headed to Virginia Beach, Virginia, where I’ll continue to learn how to get the heck off the road and keep making money in my jammies.
I’ll be attending my annual daylong session with one my mentors, Tom Antion, at his Great Internet Marketing Retreat Center. He’ll bring me and others up to speed, for an entire day, on what’s new in the world of Internet marketing since we last met a year ago.
It’s one of the many benefits of being in the Internet Association of Information Marketers, the trade group run by Tom and Gayle Carson. I joined at the highest level, called the Outer Circle, which is specifically for members who make most of their money online through things like information products and electronic newsletters. (Anybody else would have called it the Inner Circle. But Tom, always the contrarian, created a catchier name.)
Anyway, I’ll report back after our session on Wednesday.
If you hate your job in corporate America and want the freedom that only Internet marketers know, join the association for as little as $15 a month if you’re a newbie. Or check out Tom’s “Click” ebook. It’s my bible, and I refer to it about a half dozen times a week.
If you hate your job and your boss, what are you waiting for?
P.S. Tom’s sweet girlfriend, Kay, a health food nut, is an absolute delight. Because she keeps us well fed, I’m surprising her with a loaf of Sunny Millet bread, her favorite, made by Natural Ovens, one of my Wisconsin clients.