You guys may think that I'm totally goofy, but I have a thing that I've been dreaming about for weeks that I'm totally psyched about.
Is it Thanksgiving? Nope.
The ShowMomtheMoney Cruise in January? Nah, but I am pretty psyched about that.
My 15th wedding anniversary coming up? Nope. Although I'd better plan something!
It's the NAMS Conference in Atlanta this January 2010. (It's held every six months, so if you're reading this after January 2010 – still check out the site for the next one!)
Geeky? Yeah. I know. But, I'm just FREAKING out about it! I love the NAMS Conference in August so much and this time around, I get to be on the faculty/list of speakers. Can you BELIEVE it?! Me, neither.
Anyway, you're even remotely interested in attending, I encourage you to check out the following:
NAMS Conference Review & My Personal Notes
My Review of the NAMS Workshop in August, including photos and a listing of what I loved and what I wasn't crazy about during the weekend event.
Official NAMS Sales Page and Speaker Lineup
The sales page which includes the list of speakers as well as the topics that we'll be covering. Now, this is a conference, meaning that you'll have opportunities to listen to us talk, but, more importantly, it's a workshop – where you get to DO the things that you're learning. Check out the NAMS Conference in Atlanta Schedule.
Free Interview with NAMS Creator David Perdew
I've also received permission to share this interview between Bob “the Teacher” Jenkins and Dr. David Perdew (the host and creator of the NAMS Conference) – Audio can be found at the end of this post.
Referenced in the Audio Below
NAMS: Here's the page to learn more – NAMS Atlanta (will open in a new window)
IMSuccessLibrary: Here's the page to learn more – IMSuccessLibrary (will open in a new window)
Here's where to sign up!
Go to this link: Learn More About NAMS .
Enjoy! And, please ask your questions below about the Atlanta NAMS Conference. If you have even the slightest interest in going, but are scared or have questions – I can absolutely relate and am happy to share my experience of hiding in my hotel room, trying to get the courage to go downstairs and join the fun. 🙂