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world internet summit Martin Lee on 29 Nov 2006 01:36 am

World Internet Summit – Singapore 2006

After four long days, the World Internet Summit held in Singapore from 25th Nov 2006 to 28th Nov 2006 was finally over.

The speakers who presented were Brett McFall, Tom Hua, Rick Raddatz, Andrew & Daryl Grant, Johan Mok, Ewen Chia, Fabian Lim, Michael Cheney, David Cavanagh, Stephen Pierce, Willie Crawford and John Childers.

Jay Abraham came as a special guest to provide the keynote and closing.

Overall, I felt that the topics which were covered could be improved. As the individual speakers told us what they did to become successful online, therefore there was quite a fair bit of overlap in terms of content.

Most of the presentations were also prepared as a presell to advanced training/packages by the presenters.

I have prepared a WIS hand written summary (pdf) that pretty much sums up everthing that was covered.

I felt that the WIS would have provided much more value to the seminar attendees if it was organised such that each speaker focused on a different topic.

The best speaker of the event voted by the audience was John Childers, who managed to charm the entire audience (and close many sales for his public speaking course) even though he was NOT speaking on any internet marketing topic. A true master who is able to practice what he preachs!

Jay’s closing speech and Q & A session was awesome and inspiring. He warned us that we will fall back into status quo after the seminar UNLESS we revisit the materials and hold ourselves accountable to greater standards, with progressive steps and each time raising the bar.

Embrace it as a business… Formulate a plan… Take progressive steps… Validate the process… Continue to improve… Use our creativity… Principle of pre-eminence…

It was great that I managed to say hi to Jay after his presentation and exchange a few words with him. Below is a picture of me and Spike Humer, Jay’s right hand man.

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