The question comes down to, “What should I do?”
Becca and I have spent several years crafting a seminar that helps people answer that question. We are often asked what sorts of benefits the seminar offers that are not contained within the Crash Course or the website and what will be offered.
In this podcast, we address those questions. Some people prefer an audio format, so this is for you. Listen to it while you work, and then send it along to a friend, neighbor, or loved one who you think might be encouraged to attend a seminar by listening to this recording.
In it we talk about some of the incredible reports of progress that we’ve received on the value of the seminar, along with our own joy in meeting the people who attend and maintaining some of those relationships afterwards.
To listen to the podcast on seminars, click here.
Remember, the next seminar is being held in New Paltz, NY on April 11, 2010. Details are located at this link or by navigating using the events listings on the border of the main page.
Also, I wanted to promote a recent podcast on Two Beers With Steve, where I discuss some of my recent travels and my philosophy behind communicating difficult topics.
Here’s how Steve describes the podcast:
In our second interview with Chris Martenson since we’ve begun this podcast we discuss Chris’ recent travels; foreign and abroad. I ask Chris questions such as ‘what new perspectives have you gained?’ and ‘what were the objections you faced?’. Chris also recalls the experience of giving his shortened Crash Course presentation to academia types at the London School of Economic, a place that Chris describes as the ‘lion’s den’ of economics.
We also find out exactly what Chris is doing in his personal life to prepare for a world that is full of uncertainty. So download the podcast, upload it to your MP3 device and enjoy the interview while you plant those tomato seeds!
To listen to this podcast, click here.