Why I’m Stopping my Classes
At the beginning of the month I announced to my subscribers that I am no longer going to teach classes after next month. But I forgot to post it here.
(Why? Because I combined the announcement with a special discount that was primarily for my subscribers.)
So here are the details as I announced them earlier this month. (For those of you that subscribe to my newsletter, none of this is new.)
The History of our classes…
In June 2007, my wife and I moved to Charlotte. One of the main reasons I did so was to start teaching classes about Internet marketing. We felt Charlotte was a bigger and better market to do so than Asheville, NC.
It proved true. Starting in early 2008, I have taught about 30 classes. It’s been a real pleasure for me to meet so many incredibly interesting people and to hear about their jobs and businesses. I continue to keep in touch with many of them.
But now it’s time for a change.
I’m stopping my classes…
I’ll probably never stop teaching. I enjoy it too much. But I am stopping my classes.
(What will replace them? You’ll have to watch for future newsletters to learn that.)
As of today, I’ve decided that I’m only teaching two more classes.
Thanks for your support…
The last three years or so have been a real thrill for me. I love the atmosphere of a classroom filled with students that are eager to learn a subject (Internet marketing) that I love so much.
But the work I have to do on my own business is taking priority this year. Next year, I’ll be announcing some newer, bigger, better initiatives.
So stay tuned!
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