2 Days Left on Crazy Killer Tribes Audio Deal

Wanted to give you a heads up that today and tomorrow are the last chance you have to get an insane deal on the 2013 Killer Tribes Conference Audio Package.

My friend Crystal Paine over at MoneySavingMom.com has a huge, loyal following that loves to jump on a great deal so we partnered up to give them just that. The 2013 KT Audio Package retails for $59, but she’s got a discount code that gets you $50 off.

Do the math. That’s over 7 hours of conference audio featuring 7 keynotes, 3 breakouts, and 2 panel discussions for just $9. (Not to mention a few of the bonuses we are throwing in.)

You’ll be inspired, entertained, and educated on what it takes to build a thriving community by Ben Arment, Kristen Howerton, Crystal Paine, John Saddington, Shawn Smucker, Brad Lomenick, and many more.

The deal ends at midnight on Thursday, so you better grab it now before you forget.

MoneySavingMom: Save 85% on Killer Tribes 2013 Audio


The Killer Tribes 2013 Sponsors

Looking back over what a success the 2013 Killer Tribes Conference was, just wanted to say a quick thank you again to the amazing sponsors we had for the event.

(you can click their logos to learn more.)

The Mocha Club

Mobilizing folks to give up a few mochas a month to support strategic and solution-oriented relief and development projects in Africa. Don’t miss what they are doing with their Purpose Projects!

Justin McClure Creative

A full service creative agency specializing in digital and new media technologies. Hands down, the best experience I’ve ever had working with a design firm.

The Seed Company

Devoted to accelerating the translation of the Bible by working with local churches and translators all over the world. If you were at the conference, you heard Amy Lynn Andrews tell an incredibly moving story about the role The Seed Company is playing in her life.

Love and Respect Now

Bringing the message of Love and Respect in relationships to 18-35 year olds. Be on the lookout for their Illumination Project, which launches this Spring. (Fearlessly led by Joy Eggerichs, one of the funniest people I know.)

Haven’t picked up your copy of the audio from the 2013 Conference? Grab it today!

Killer Tribes 2013 Audio is Now on Sale!

So excited to announce that the audio from the 2013 Killer Tribes Conference is now available!

We launched it yesterday with a great promo deal that the first 100 people to download it using the code 13LAUNCH get it for $22. (That’s 60% off the regular price of $55). We had a good response yesterday, but we haven’t hit 100 yet, so the deal is still on!

The package features over 6 hours of audio, including 7 keynotes and 5 breakout sessions from folks like Crystal Paine, Shawn Smucker, Brad Lomenick, Kristen Howerton, Ben Arment, and more.

Topics covered include becoming the leader of your own free world, setting boundaries for your online presence, making a living as a writer, being productive as a self-employed creative, how to start a movement, and much more.

Click here to grab your copy and take advantage of the launch price, and be sure to use code 13LAUNCH to get 60% off before the deal is gone!

Love and Respect NOW

I wanted to take a minute to make sure you knew about one of the organizations that sponsored the 2013 Killer Tribes Conference.

Love and Respect NOW is a company run by my friend Joy Eggerichs. She is passionate about taking the message of Love and Respect in relationships to the 18-35 year old demographic.

One of the things I’m most excited about for them is the upcoming release of their Illumination Project. It’s a six-week study based on a live conversation Joy had with her dad, Dr. Emerson Eggerichs, that was filmed in November 2012.

It’s called The Illumination Project because, as Joy says, “I believe when we ask questions and genuinely seek wisdom we often have moments of illumination or ‘light bulb’ moments that help inform our decisions and worldview.”

For more info on the Illumination Project and the other things Love and Respect NOW is up to, check out their site!

PS…Joy is pretty hilarious, too. Here’s a video she did to announce her upcoming book:

This is NOT a Treasure Map

If you’re a writer, musician, blogger, wannabe blogger, entrepreneur, author, painter, or anyone who does creative work, I’ve got an eBook I’d love to give you.

It’s called This is NOT a Treasure Map, and it’s based on the closing talk I gave at Killer Tribes a few weeks ago.

The eBook is short – about 2000 words – but I think the concept could transform the way you look at failure, success, and the creative work that you do.

I sent it to my friend Jeff Goins during the final editing phase and he told me he thought it was the best thing I’ve ever written…so there’s that! His official blurb is:

“If you believe in unicorns and pots of gold at the end of rainbows, don’t read this book. In it, Bryan kicks your butt — and mine — dispelling the myth of big breaks. Instead, he calls us to love the work we do, no matter what.” — JEFF GOINS, Author, Wrecked

You can get the book on Amazon for Kindle (This is NOT a Treasure Map) or you can get it free in exchange for your email address at KillerTribes.com.

Speaking of your email address, those who get the eBook will be the among the first to know when the 2013 Killer Tribes Conference audio goes on sale next week, and rumor has it that the first 100 people who buy it will get it for over 50% off.

Get it now: Your FREE copy of This is Not a Treasure Map.

PS…as you’ll see when you click through, big changes are happening at Killer Tribes.

10 Quick Thoughts on Killer Tribes 2013

I’m back from Killer Tribes 2013 and still processing everything that went down.

Here are ten quick thoughts on what’s bouncing around in my brain.

1. With two events under my belt now, I’m getting a better idea of what I love, dislike, and hate about them. (I’ll spare you the boring details, though.)

2. Outside of a freak snow storm, the weather couldn’t have been worse on Saturday morning. Strong thunderstorms blew through from 7am until lunchtime, but hey, we survived and no one melted. (That we know of.)

3. My wife Erica was such a champ this weekend. She picked up the slack where I needed it on Friday, she helped me make a tough decision on Friday night, and she was supportive and helpful all day Saturday. I would never try to pull something like this off without her. Love ya, babe!

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The 1 Year Anniversary of 31 Days to Mojo

Exactly one year ago today I was sitting at the STORY Conference in Chicago refreshing my Amazon KDP page like a madman. My first eBook, 31 Days to Finding Your Blogging Mojo, had just been released and I couldn’t wait to see how many hundred people bought my book on Day 1.

As it turned out, zero hundred people bought the book. I think the final number on Day 1 was 73, which was pretty good, but not quite what I had expected.

Exactly 365 days later the book is still selling relatively strongly thanks to your positive reviews on Amazon and a little bit of word of mouth. As of this exact minute I’ve sold exactly 3064 copies of the book, which blows my mind. I still love getting positive feedback from new readers, and it makes me happy to think that I’m helping people become less frustrated bloggers.

To celebrate the 1-year Anniversary of the release I’m lowering the Kindle price of 31 Days to Mojo to just $2.99 for the rest of September!

Need more of a reason to buy it? Here are ten:

1. I put 30 of my best jokes between the chapters. Even if you hate blogging, you are still paying 10 cents a joke for 30 jokes.

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3 Things I’ve Learned on my Quitter Journey

I’ve got a guest post over at JonAcuff.com today talking about the three things I’ve learned in my journey to becoming a Quitter.

(that journey is still ongoing, by the way…still at the day job doing what I have to do to provide for the family. If and when that changes y’all will surely hear all about it.)

Here’s an excerpt from the short guest post:

Think of it this way: (as a Quitter) you’re not looking for a specific address of a beachfront property, you’re looking for the shore. Determine in your mind that you’re gonna keep heading west until you hit water, even if that means taking roads that weren’t on your original set of directions. Know what direction you’re headed in and never stop moving.

Here’s the full post: 3 Things I Have Learned on my journey to becoming a Quitter

And remember, tomorrow is the last day to hear Jon Acuff (and Sarah Mae, Derek Webb, Steve Kamb, Ben Arment, Alli Worthington, and many others) offer inspiring insight into pursuing your dreams and building your tribe at a huge discount.

40% off Killer Tribes Conf. talks (& the bonus package) ends tomorrow night. Don’t wake up on Wednesday with a huge pit in your stomach knowing that you’ve made the biggest mistake of anyone in your entire family tree dating back to Noah. Download your copy and kick your dreams into high gear today!