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Join Me and Scott Young for a Live Conversation this Weekend

I’m trying something new this weekend: a live webinar, co-hosted with my friend and collaborator Scott Young.

During the first half of the event, we’ll be discussing ideas inspired by SO GOOD, including our personal experience with career capital, deliberate practice, and elite level productivity.

During the second half, we’ll explain more about this mysterious Top Performer online course that I’ve been hinting about recently. (I’ve spent the last three years developing this course with Scott for his online course company, so I’m excited to finally go public about the details.)

Key Details: The webinar will be held at 4 p.m. Eastern on Sunday. It is free and open to anyone. To sign up, just click on this link.

This should be interesting. Hope to see a lot of you there…

27 thoughts on “Join Me and Scott Young for a Live Conversation this Weekend”

  1. This sounds great, I’ve been following both of you a bit for a while.

    Is there any chance that this webinar will be recorded in case we can’t make that time? Also, how long will it be?


  2. Can’t seem to edit my comment….

    It also says 4pm in your post, but 3pm on the sign-up page (although both come out at 9pm for me for some reason – London.).

    Which one is correct?

  3. Would it be possible to move it earlier a couple of hours? It ends up being after midnight in my time zone. Or at leat record it like Tom Cole suggests?

    • Would it be possible to move it later a couple of hours? It ends up being before midnight in my time zone. Or at leat record it like Tom Cole suggests?

  4. I’m eager to attend the webinar but as I’m from India and the timezone for my place is +5.30, I have to be online at 1.30 AM. If I can’t attend, I just want the recorded video file of the event. Will that be available please?

  5. Tom Cole – The seminar is at 4pm eastern, but the invite is from central for some reason. So all three times are correct, if you pay attention to the timezone.

  6. To answer some questions…

    The time is 4 pm Eastern. The registration page lists the time as 3 pm Central because Scott is currently in the central time zone. (You can change the time zone to your own when you register.)

    I don’t think we can shift the time, also I don’t think it’s going to be recorded. (Sorry Asia!) But if people seem to like this live conversation format, I’ll try it again and at various times…

  7. Hi all,

    Speaking as someone who participated in a pilot version of this course, let me say this.

    If you’re in another timezone or whatever, just stay up late and attend the presentation.

    This course was one of the best investments I’ve ever made in my career growth. (And I spend $5K-$10K/yr on personal development.)

    If future me saw past me thinking “gee, that webinar is a little late, I don’t know if I can stay up”…future me would slap past me in the head.

    That’s my $0.02.

  8. This is going to be at 0130 am Monday for India time. That is close to impossible to attend.

    can I attend recorded version of it ?

    I have read the book and even used it as assignment in my class, it will be great to attend the course. Thanks.

  9. I believe the start time is today at 3 pm central . However when i click on the link it says the meeting is expired instead of saying not yet started . I am confused

  10. Hi Cal!

    I attended the webinar and wanted to thank you for answering my question there at the end about your 9 to 5 work schedule. I had another question, which is the one I really wanted to hear your thoughts on, about your advice for a college student on this topic and how one should constrain their productive time. I have this voice in my head that is telling me that I always have to be productive despite knowing that you do need time to relax and recharge. So what do you recommend, on a daily or weekly basis, for how much time should be spent on work demanded from classes and productive, career capital endeavors as opposed to how much should be left for recreation?

    Thanks a bunch!


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