Last month in New Orleans, we held a pilot for a new idea we'd been cooking up: the Peak Prosperity Summit.
In this intimate 6-hour discussion, we primarily focused on our forecasts for the economy and the financial markets, with special emphasis on the biggest threats that could trigger a correction, as well as the key indicators we are watching most closely. Updates on the Energy & Environment sides of the story were also addressed, as well as were key questions on topics of resilient living.
The feedback we received from this first Summit's attendees was pretty much universally positive. Folks really seemed to appreciate drinking from the data "fire hose", as well as being able to ask questions related to personal concerns or decisions they were wrestling with. Here's just one of the comments we received:
I was fortunate to be one of the participants at the first Summit held in New Orleans this past month. All I can say is that meeting and listening to Chris and Adam present in real time was a real treat. I would recommend it to all of our "tribe". I was pleasantly surprised at how engaging both Adam and Chris were to all of us participants . Not only was it a great opportunity meeting face to face with the Peak Prosperity Leaders, but also meeting "like minded" folks from all over and hearing their stories and interests…
Given this successful launch, we wanted to gauge the level of interest within the Peak Prosperity community for having us hold similar regional Summits in the future. If high, we also wanted to know which cities folks would like us to target next.
Our First City Summits
Well, we asked… and you certainly answered.
Nearly 200 PP.com readers have taken our survey so far. Folks are definitely interested in participating in this new format, with a full two-thirds of respondents saying they would 'likely' or 'definitely' attend a Summit in their preferred city.
Demand is robust across a wide selection of regions, but the three cities that received the most requests are all in the Pacific Northwest: San Francisco, Portland and Seattle. So that's where we're going to start. It helps substantially that they're all geographically close to each other.
Provided we receive a minimum of 15 registered participants per location, Chris and I will commit holding a Summit in each of these cities between January 19-21, 2018.
So if you live in traveling distance and are interested in joining us, please sign up by clicking one of the blue buttons below:
Friday, January 19, 2018 — 10am-4pm PST
For Those In All Other Locations
If you live far from these cities, or if you're located outside of the US, you're not out of luck.
We've received a lot of feedback from folks like you, requesting that we attempt holding an online version of the Summit. I've spent the past few days testing software and am happy to say that we've found a way to do it using our current webinar platform.
Not only will it allow for easy presentation of all the data and charts, as well as allow folks to ask specific questions of Chris and me, but it will also allow us to selectively use participants' webcams to enable face-to-face interaction, too. And at the end of the experience, you'll receive an archive video of the full event, which you can replay and review as many times as you like.
Additional good news is that we can pilot an online Summit much sooner than the regional ones. So, provided we get 15 participants, we're planning to hold our first online Summit on Saturday, December 9, 2017, from 11am-5pm EST.
If you'd like to participate in that, please click the blue button below:
Saturday, December 9, 2017 — 11am-5pm EST