Good evening, Everybody!
Tonight the Duchess of Earle and her Duke are off to Embassy Suites once again for the Dreambuilders Club meeting.
We meet Merryn Flavell for dinner and discuss our activities in regard to iNetGlobal and AdPacs. Thereafter we find our way to the meeting room and participate in a meeting designed to bring us all up to speed about the Trade and Barter class that the Emerald and Gold members of the Club receive as part of their membership.
It take a bit of doing to wrap one’s mind around the process that Dreambuilders Club founder, Matthew Sikich, is teaching, but after a bit we begin to see how it works. It’s an interesting concept that allows for win-win situations all around, as people put their offers up on the board. The initial offer is made by a member that has IT services. A couple of other offers are put up on the board – including one that really turns out to be a hot item: a paid of tickets to the Hollywood Music Awards, which will be held next month. Figuring out how this works is a real “connect the dots” sort of exercise. After the initial demonstration, Matthew launches on a real live process of trade and barter, using items and services offered by individuals in the room in place of the imaginary scenarios previously employed. It’s obvious he is certainly is Past Master at the techniques.
The Trade and Barter class will be held on November 13th at the Embassy Suites on 34th Ave. in Bloomington, MN (just east of the Mall of America) and will be open to non-members. If you will be in the area on that date and would like to learn more, please write the Duchess about attending and she will be happy to assist you in getting an invitation. There are only 105 spaces available and they’re sure to go fast. There is also room for five sponsors, who will get special billing and privileges for their sponsoring the event. Two of those spots were spoken for this evening, so only three are left. If you have questions or would like either a sponsorship or a plain vanilla ticket to the class, just email firstname.lastname@example.org .