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MEETUPS The 2020 Fastlane Summit - Official Event Thread!

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Guys... thank you. It means a lot.


Every interaction I’ve had with @Bekit just convinces me she’s intimidatingly good.
Got to get you to cross the pond next time pal. Summit had been awesome. Agree totally with comment on @Bekit :happy:
 

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The best conference ever attended, real people real answers.
 

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What an incredible event. Had no idea what to expect, but this has been a fantastic experience. Met so many great people and have so many actionable takeaways. Will be hard to not have high expectations for next year, but I will take the advice from @LightHouse and just appreciate that we have this opportunity!
 

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To ALL attendees, but especially first timers taking tons of notes or photos of the presentation slides with your phones... When you come home - those notes and photos won't hold much value unless you actually do something with them!

I remember taking lots of notes at my first meetup in 2014, all excited for all the stuff I had written down but I didn't do anything with them right away because I was gonna look over them "soon". That "soon" wasn't until the next summit a year later when I sorted through the backpack I had used, lol... Because when you get home from this amazing weekend - it's all too easy to forget about those notes and think "I'll go over the notes and slide photots I took soon".

But that "soon" quickly becomes a week, then 3 weeks, then 2 months. Next thing you know, half a year has gone by when you later discover your notes while sorting through your shit, or your phone image gallery. "oh shit.... I forgot about those". Don't do that.

If you wrote something down or took a picture of a presentation - transfer that shit down into ACTIONABLE ITEMS WITHIN 24 HOURS of coming home! And by transfer I mean rewrite or copy it into something like Trello, a to-do list, or other task management tools you may be using.

You will kick yourself later if all the golden value nuggets you so excitedly had jotted down was left forgotten after the summit.

Do.
It.

Special thanks again to MJ, Danielle, and Allen for a top notch event (as always!).
 

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Sorry I had to run out so quick this evening. Had a plane to catch!

It was so unbelievably cool to get to see so many old friends, put some faces to some names and make some new friends!

I am incredibly thankful for the experience. I’m thankful for the community. You guys rock. All of you.

Special thanks to @MJ DeMarco for putting this on. It isn’t easy. @AllenCrawley you did a great job as MC!
 

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Great to see you all there. I met a lot of great people, made a lot of great friends, and learned so much.

About to go home and be pissed off as I fly commercial.

Peace out everyone.

Time to get to work.

(Ps: I aint eating another one of those F*cking cookies)
 

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The value at this event is just off the charts.

It is 3 Am and I am still digesting the most interesting conversation that I had with Runum.

I didn’t know him but he came and introduced himself and we got to talking. My wife and I homeschool our children and this is something that is important to us and we want to give them the best education possible. However it is easy to fall into the rut of just buying a curriculum and having all of them do the same thing in the same way. Sort of like a mini school which isn’t necessarily bad but to me takes away one of the biggest benefits of homeschooling.

So Runum says the most incredible thing to me, and I am probably badly paraphrasing so I welcome him to correct me but here goes, “teaching is sales, you are selling an education to children, and you need a good value proposition to get them to buy.” I had never thought about this way before and the more I ponder it the more profound it becomes. I thought we were doing a good job, but when I think of how I could better tailor what we teach each individual child if I approached it like a critically important sales call where I needed them to buy in based on their strengths and interests and I realize we have a long way to go.
As a teacher for 20 years, I can attest to the fact that Runum is absolutely right! My best classes have always been those that allow me to customize to the students. I develop and adjust the curriculum as I go...as a result my students are successful. Homeschool is a great idea, your children get individual attention that’s not so easy at school with 25 other kids in the class.
 

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Well, to end this awesome day and evening with a bang after an awesome weekend I lost my original $100. So yesterday I won real money at poker for the first time, and today I blew real money at poker for the first time.

Following this pattern...wonder what else I’ll be doing for the first time this year :cool:

The plot thickens


P.S. In love with you all xoxo come visit in summer
 

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Hey hey! It's Lukas...(20-year-old with curly ponytail)
Samuel (16-year-old entertainer with red hair) and I have a flight later in the day (Sunday - 9th) and of course 11am checkout... does anyone have a vehicle (that is local perhaps?) that we could hang out with for a few hours before heading to the airport? Just need to keep 2 backpacks and one carry-on secure while we connect.

A pleasure to meet so many of you!

Blessings,
Lukas
 

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Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes...

the ones who see things differently -- they're not fond of rules...

You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them, but the only thing you can't do is ignore them because they change things...

They push the human race forward, and while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world, are the ones who do.

Steve Jobs
 
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Everyone get pissed off on your plane rides home by the way.

Cherish that half a can of soda! :rofl:

Damn I feel like a peasant sitting here, despite the WiFi.

They make these for a reason. Because people buy them.
You can still fly one of those without buying one ;) For those who can afford the extra travel expense to next year's summit - there is SetJet.com - a company based locally here in Scottsdale, AZ.

For $99/month, you get flights to and from select destinations throughout the US. You pay around $400-500 per trip + a $99 security check fee. The Scottsdale Airport (where their HQ is), is a quick 10-15 minute drive away from the TSR resort.

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